Night Terrors explanation bu www.dailysleep.org

Night Terrors

Sometimes called sleep terrors, night terrors involve feelings of fear, flailing, and potentially screaming while asleep. In some cases it’s accompanied by sleepwalking and they’re both considered a parasomnia (an unwanted event during sleep).  Depending on the individual, a single episode can last seconds or minutes; extreme cases may continue for Read more…

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Sleepwalking

Formally known as somnambulism, sleepwalking involves not only walking during sleep but also performing several other complex behaviors. More common in children and in those who are sleep deprived, this disorder occurs during deep sleep and sufferers are therefore difficult to wake during the episode. In the morning, most people Read more…

Narcolepsy explanation by www.dailysleep.org

Narcolepsy

There are all kinds of sleep disorders a person can suffer from, and while many of them are debilitating in their own right, narcolepsy really does take a toll on the human body and is a very serious condition. And it can be deadly! What should you understand about this Read more…

Idiopathic Hypersomnia explanation by www.dailysleep.org

Idiopathic Hypersomnia

Idiopathic hypersomnia (IH) is a chronic neurological condition with symptoms of pathological daytime sleepiness with or without extended sleep durations. It’s difficult to accurately estimate how many people suffer from IH and how often it occurs because of the demand for electrophysiological testing and ruling out other disorders that may Read more…

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