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sleep disorders cause fatigue

A: hello hry33! I am getting a sleep study done very soon. I am skeptical that sleep is my problem though due to the fact that I don''t snore and also because my chronic fatigue was triggered by a viral onset. I must admit though that my only symtoms are chronic fatigue and brain fog so maybe for some strange reason this is my problem. Guess I''ll have to wait and see! Thanks for the info! Peace out, T-BO seems there are some sleep disorders where no snoring is heard...


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How Do I Choose the Best sleep disorder Treatment?

A: sleep disorders can take many different forms. Insomnia, sleep apnea, restless leg syndrome, and even snoring are all examples of sleep disorders that can reduce sleep quality or cause sleep deprivation. To choose the best sleep disorder treatment, it’s important to take into account the type of sleep disorder involved, and whether it has psychological or physical causes. Restful sleep is essential for good health. Most people have trouble

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What are the Different Types of sleep disorders?

A: In medical terms, sleep disorders are an irregularity in the amount or quality of sleep that a person achieves. sleep disorders are also persistent problems. They may be physiological problems that cause the sufferer mental distress. sleep disorders have the ability to interfere with the sufferer’s ability to cope with day to day living, affecting both their work and their social life.. There are around 70 different types of medically recognized sleep disorders. The disorders are usually categorized based on their cause. There are two main...


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How Do I Choose the Best sleep disorders Center?

A: Patients who have difficulty going to sleep or staying asleep are often referred to a sleep disorders center. At the center, doctors and technologists work with the patient to define the exact cause of the sleep related problem. As part of the diagnostic process, patients are often required to sleep at the center. A series of monitors are connected to the patient, and they are recorded and observed during the night. The qualifications of the staff, equipment, association with local hospitals, and reputation are all important items to review when choosing the best sleep disorders center....
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What Are the Different Types of sleep disorder Medications?

A: There are several different types of sleep disorder medications, but they are grouped into six main categories, all of which require a doctor’s prescription. The most commonly prescribed are hynotics, barbiturates, and opiates. The other less commonly used categories are dopamine, anticonvulsants, and antinarcoleptics. In addition, there are many types of over-the-counter sleep disorder medications. Many types of sleep disorder medications can be habit forming. People who routinely take drugs to help them sleep can become dependent on them both psychologically and in a true physical sense. Some of the most physically...


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Do I have a sleeping disorder as I seem to be experiencing symptoms of sleep deprivation or is there something else wrong?

A: It is difficult to make any firm conclusion from what you say, particularly without knowing your medical history or whether you have stress in your life, or why you waken up during the night. Because everybody is different with regard to how much sleep we each need and how we actually behave when we are asleep. You say you have six hours sleep on average on good nights and on other nights you get even less so clearly you are getting far less sleep than AN AVERAGE PERSON needs. So the first issue in any analysing of you is whether you yourself are getting insufficient sleep for your own specific needs as a human being. sleep experts today...


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Dr. My daughter is 8 months old is having sleep disorder in the night and suffering from frequent cough due to which she is loosing her weight. Please suggest home remedy or alternative treatment. Thanks Sudha

A: sleep disorder – Read causes and Cures Your question is not clear as to which sleep disorder you are talking about. sleep disorders can be of various types like snoring, insomnia and sleep apnea. Snoring is often characterized by loud voice of air flow during sleep. Insomnia is a condition where the person faces difficulty in sleeping. sleep apnea is a severe disorder that is mainly characterized by difficulty breathing and short breaths. Your question slightly shows the symptoms of
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Rare sleep disorder that causes people to sleep for huge amounts of time...like weeks to months?

A: Id say thats a coma. hmmmm.....to much weed. hehe :) i have this disorder. hybernation... haha no i have no idea but that sounds nice haha... good luck on finding out though!!! No. Man, that would be totally weird, I would hate it! african sleeping sickness caused by the tet-see fly?? thats my guesS:) sounds scary!!! But i found hypersomnia... http://www.sleepdex.org/hypersomnia.htm Sounds like a coma..I could seriously use all that sleep right about now. No and I don''t believe that. Maybe because I never heard of a thing like that or because I don''t think that could happen. Are you sure that is was not just a joke? idk but i read about it too... like this guy couldn''t go to school for...


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What Is Shift Work sleep disorder?

A: Shift work sleep disorder is a condition in which an individual working a schedule other than daylight hours experiences difficulty achieving recuperative sleep. The root cause of this type of disorder is an interruption of the body’s natural circadian rhythms, making it difficult for the individual to rest properly. Along with people who usually work night shifts, anyone who frequently changes their work hours between day and night time may also experience this type of sleep problems. Many studies which focus on the role of sleep in general note that human beings tend to achieve restful sleep more easily when the...
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Is this a sleeping disorder?

A: I have delayed sleep phase syndrome, but you must meet other criteria as well... It is Insomnia - Chronic inability to fall asleep or remain asleep for an adequate length of time Something to help would be running before you go to bed, since you use more energy and your body will be more tired so you will probably fall asleep easier. Its ok maybe you have something bothering you. Try to listen to music or tv before you go to bed. Hope you get to bed! i have the same problem but idk if this is a sleeping disorder... i have the same problem too..but i have no idea either im gona start takin sleeping pills i think I...


 
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