Sense we answered yes, lets take a look and see what level were at. You can put insomnia into three different boxes there's transient which lasts for less than a week. There's acute which is the inability to consistently sleep well for a period of less than a month. Then there's chronic insomnia which is what I seem to have and that's characterized by that it lasts for longer than a month.
Now in plain old insomnia it can be caused by another disorder, or it can be a primary disorder. It can be a change in the sleep environment, or even be the timing of sleep, severe depression can occure, or even some feelings of stress. Its consequences - sleepiness and impaired psychomotor performance - are similar to those of sleep deprivation. Now getting into chronic insomnia we can see many of the things just listed above but its effects can vary according to its causes. They might include muscular fatigue (dont have that yet), hallucinations(haha not that crazy), and/or mental fatigue(yeah thats the one); but people with chronic insomnia often show increased alertness(and that). Some people that live with this disorder see things as if they are happening in slow motion(wtf that'd be cool), wherein moving objects seem to blend together(thats cool too). Can cause double vision (fuck no).
This video is exactly how I feel.