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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...


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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 areas of disorder,...


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What type of sleep disorder(s) could this be?

A: Perhaps you are overwhelmed with your life. Sounds like you need a vacation. I wouldn''t be so quick as to label it as a ‘disorder'' yet. By lately @Sampson, I mean the past 3 or 4 months :-/ I don''t know, that sounds terrible! Some parts of what you described happen to me sometimes. I''m really accustomed to sleeping with my SO and when we''re apart, I get really anxious around bedtime, and suffer from the same need to exhaust myself. I''ll often go to sleep at 7 or 8 am when he''s not around, just because I can''t sleep before then. I''ll have weird dreams, sometimes sleep for 4 hours and get up, sometimes

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What are types of sleeping disorders?

A: There are many kinds of sleep disorders. There are actually 84 different kinds. If you want, you can check some out at wikipedia and search sleep Disorders. Some are gross, some are scary, and some are just plain....


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What are the different types of sleep disorders?

A: your best bet to learn about sleeping disorders and all the different types is to go to http://www.sleepfoundation.org/articles/sleep-rela hope this helps!...


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Do I have some type of sleeping disorder related to stress?

A: You may consider the possibility that you are suffering from ''post-traumatic stress disorder'' (PTSD). This disorder can manifest in various ways. The nightmares, head shaking, whimpering etc. that you report could be symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder. I am concerned that this disorder has gone untreated for too long (2 years) after the traumatic incident so I recommend you ask for expert help from a psychiatrist or another mental health professional....
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What type of sleep disorders are there?

A: There lots of different sleep problems from the mild like snoring, light insomnia to the larger problems like restless legs, paralysis in the sleep and instantly falling asleep at anytime....


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What Are the Different types of sleep Apnea Problems?

A: sleep apnea problems are potentially serious disorders in which breathing pauses or become shallow during sleep. These episodes of stop-and-start breathing can occur five to 30 times or more an hour. The disorder can be classified as either obstructive or central, or it can be a combination of both. The central type occurs when the breathing control center in the brain fails to emit the correct signals to the breathing muscles. An obstructive categorization is the most common, and involves the airway collapsing or becoming blocked, resulting in pauses or shallow breathing periods.. Symptoms of the two types of

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What Are the Different types of Concentration disorders?

A: Although many people find it difficult to focus once in a while, for others, the act of concentrating can feel almost impossible. This may be because they suffer from one of several concentration disorders known to affect focus, attention span, and even task completion. The symptoms of concentration disorders usually don`t emerge spontaneously; most are known to be the result of other medical problems such as Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD), depression, learning disabilities, or even certain forms of sleep disorders. While concentration disorders can cause challenges in daily life, there...


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What Are the Different types of Anxiety disorders?

A: An anxiety disorder is a type of mental condition in which a person experiences constant feelings of stress, nervousness, or fear that are severe enough to interfere with his or her daily life. There are a variety of specific types of anxiety disorders that may have different circumstances that trigger those feelings, or a person may suffer from generalized anxiety disorder (GAD), in which there is no specific trigger for the anxiety. Anxiety disorders may be caused by an imbalance of the brain chemicals responsible for mood, as well as genetics or traumatic events. Sufferers may be treated with medication to balance brain chemicals,...


 
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