Pronunciation: Allahumma ghaaratin nujum, wa hada aaa til-`ooyun, wa anta hayyun qayyoom, laa taaa’ khuzooka sinatuw-wa laa nawm; ya hayuu ya qayyoom, ahdee laylee wa ‘aneem `ayynee
Meaning: O Allah, stars have set, eyes have rested, You alone are the Ever-Alive, and the Self-Subsisting Source of all beings; neither slumber nor sleep overtakes You. Make my night comforting for me, and bring sleep unto my eyes.
Virtue: In a report by Ibn Al-Sunni on the authority of Zayd Ibn Thabit, that he said, “I complained to the Prophet of my inability to sleep; then he told me to read these words.
Zayd (may Allah be pleased with him) said, ‘When I said these words, I was cured of my condition.’
Reference: (Hisnul Hasin)