COVID-19 causes hellish insomnia and ‘voices of wolves’: case

The patient's sleep pattern devolved to the point she was only getting 30-120 minutes each night

A bout of COVID-19 left a pharmacist with such severe insomnia that she was unable to sleep beyond two hours per day, her clinicians report. 

The 41-year-old from Jordan contracted COVID-19 in November 2020 and was treated with oxygen therapy at home for two months after a chest X-ray showed bilateral infiltrates.