Shehzad Riaz, Bushra Gul, Maryem Ghani, Daniyal Warraich, Sana Tahir, Iqra Mukhtar.
Background and Objective: COVID-19 affected the student fraternity all around the world generally and in Pakistan especially. This study is aimed at to find the insomnia in undergraduate medical students due to COVID-19 in Pakistan. Methodology: A descriptive, cross-sectional, questionnaire-based observational study was carried out during the period from March to July 2020 among students from 1st year to final year studying at Sahiwal medical college, Sahiwal. Data was processed and exported to SPSS-26 for analysis. Results: Female participation was predominant among our study population (68.7%) because of the fact that the MBBS students of Sahiwal Medical College Sahiwal are also having high percentage of female students (70%) generally. Mean age of the students participating in the survey was 21.77 ± 7.22 years. Fourth year medical students were the main study participants (44.2%) because in this survey their class fellows also participated as co-authors. Females were also found to be more insomniac then males (54.3%). Second year medical students were found to be more insomniac (65.4%) then students of other MBBS classes. Day scholars were also found to be slightly more insomniac (55%) than hostel residents (53.9%). Conclusion: Our study did find out the potential insomnia in undergraduate students but the sample size can be increased in future for further research. Keywords: COVID-19; Insomnia; Undergraduate medical students.