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Insomnia due to impaired compliance is a problem of going to sleep or going to sleep for several nights. Insomnia due to maladjustment lasts less than three months. This type of insomnia usually occurs under stress or stress. Children, for example, return and move very often in their sleep just before the opening of schools in the fall. Insomnia can occur at night before an important test or sport activity. Adults often sleep poorly before an important business meeting or after a discussion with a family member or close friend. People tend to have easier sleeping problems when they are away from home. Trips beyond the time slot can cause insomnia due to adjustment disorder. Exercise close to bedtime (within four hours) or diseases can also cause this type of insomnia. When a stressful situation comes to an end or when a person begins to adapt, sleep returns to normal.