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* In·foe·som·ni·a


Inability to obtain sufficient sleep, esp. caused by the overabundance of thought processes: difficulty in falling or staying asleep; sleeplessness due to memory banks being overloaded with data or distracted by the quest for more input.

The question as to whether it is a syndrome caused by too much stored data or the quest for more is very valid, and has been the subject of many and varied studies over the years.
Hilary used to lay awake at night: After getting over several years of mild Nymphosomnia, Her more recent and well-documented Infosomnia was often causing her to be overly tired and hard to start in the morning.
by KeithMyArthe February 10, 2014
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