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what causes sleeping disorder?

A: Worrying about too many things before sleeping, you get stressed out and stops yourself from relaxing and you stay awake. Stress is the main problem people faces today so their is problem of sleeping disorder....


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what causes sleep Twitching?

A: The four common causes of sleep twitching are sleep myoclonus, Periodic Limb Movement Disorder (PLMD), Restless Leg Syndrome (RLS) and Rapid Eye Movement (REM) behavior disorder. sleep twitching can also be referred to as twitching, moving or jerking. The level of movement patients may experience is determined by the disorder that causes the twitching.. sleep myoclonus is a slight twitching of the muscles involving the fingers, eyes, lips and toes. One symptom of sleep moclonus is the feeling of jerking awake right after falling asleep. This form of myoclonus is not typically life threatening....


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what causes sleep paralysis?

A: Doctor''s have recently starting looking at a person''s potassium level for the reason they have sleep paralysis. Many doctor''s believe there is a big dip in a persons potassium level in their blood which accounts for the paralysis. But it may prove impossible to test because it''s almost extremely difficult to take that person''s blood while they are experiencing one of the episode''s. By the time the episode has passed the blood''s potassium level has normalized. The truth is, nobody really knows what causes sleep paralysis (SP). Everybody has their opinions though, from demons and aliens to malnutrition and too much TV. Since I was young (about 8 years old) I began having

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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, parasomnias and dyssomnias.. Two common sleep disorders under the parasomnias...


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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 addictive sleep disorder medications are opiates...


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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.

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what is sleep panic disorder?

A: My friend has it. He has choking dreams. He wakes up and runs to the bathroom. He looks down his throat in the mirror to see if their is anything there. He says the dream is very realistic and he thinks he is choking every time. I gave you a source so I hope it helps. It is simply having panic attacks while you are sleeping, also called nocturnal panic attacks. They usually peak at 10 minutes. HI! I have sever panic attacks like you describe. If I fall asleep for an hour or so, I wake up with a start, and jump right out of bed. Sometimes I am sweating so badly, I have to change my clothes or pajamas because they are soaking wet. I also wake up in the morning the same way. I have Remeron to take that has made it much better. Before that, I...


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what Is Nightmare Disorder?

A: Nightmare disorder, formerly known as Dream Anxiety Disorder, is a psychological condition that involves frequent, intensely frightening dreams that wake the sleeper up and significantly and negatively affect the person`s life. For a diagnosis, the nightmares must not be caused by some other medical or psychological condition and must not occur as a side effect of a medication. Nightmare disorder is one of several sleep disorders that a person can suffer from, and there are important differences between this condition and normal nightmares and other sleep disorders. There are a number of treatments that can be tried for this condition, but there is no definite cure.. Unwanted events that occur along with

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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 work schedule is set for daylight hours. Even people...
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what is this sleep disorder?

A: http://www.medhelp.org/forums/neuro/archive/2409.html I used to get the same symptom that you describe. I have never found the cause. I did later get diagnosed with sleep apnea which is a condition where your airway relaxes and closes when you fall into deep sleep. That being said, I do not know if the sudden waking, shock like symptom was tied to my sleep apnea or not. You should talk to your doctor and possibly have a sleep study done to evaluate your sleep and look for sleep disorders. Best of luck to you! It seems serious. Visit your doctor. sleep Paralysis. Don''t panic U''ll make it worse. Go get URself...


 
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