Why Sharon Cuneta Is Having Sleepless Nights These DaysThis is no rumor. Sharon Cuneta is having sleepless nights these days. According to the Megastar, she is also getting bothered because she has developed insomnia. She disclosed that she is now usually up the whole night and only feels sleepy once the sun rises.
In case rumor-mongers are wondering, Sharon is not suffering from any medical disorder. She is also not having a rough patch in her marriage. And she is not getting problematic because of her sluggish showbiz career.
Sharon revealed that she developed insomnia just recently when she went to Europe with daughter KC Concepcion. The mother and daughter tandem toured several cities in the region to have concert. She thinks that her biological clock must have been disrupted because of the trip. Now, she thinks that her body is still synchronized with European time.
Taking advantage of insomnia
But having insomnia could have some ups. Sharon is now not having any difficulty staying up for the taping of her TV5 primetime series ‘Madam Chairman.’ Incidentally, the taping days are often extended until the wee hours of midnight because they have to produce more episodes in time for the coming holidays.
Some sleep experts think that Sharon would have a hard time getting back to the normal sleeping hours. That is because she is often up to do many things like tapings and other showbiz commitments. But they also think that she could start getting therapy or medications to induce sleep, whenever preferred or needed.
Star for All Seasons
Sharon is not the only major star who has suffered sleep problems. It could be recalled that at one point in her life, Batangas governor Vilma Santos had also experienced insomnia. That was when she got busier doing movies and other showbiz commitments left and right.
It is just not clear if Vilma is still suffering from insomnia these days. Her fans believe that it may not be impossible since the Star for All Seasons is usually busy doing her chores and responsibility as the current provincial governor.