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Sleep Apnea

Sleep Apnea

Sleep Apnea is considered one the of the most serious sleep disorders. 

There are two types of sleep apnea, obstructive which is more common and caused by blockage in the airway, and central which is caused by the brain failing to signal the muscles to breath. Sleep Apnea can occur in anyone including children. 

There are some factors that put you at a higher risk including being male, overweight, or over 40 years old. 

A person who is affected by sleep apnea will stop breathing while they are sleeping, sometimes up to 100 times during the night. 

This can lead to serious side effects such as heart attack and diabetes because the brain and body do not get enough oxygen.
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Insomnia

Insomnia is classified as difficulty falling or staying asleep. 

Symptoms can include difficulty falling asleep, waking up too early, feeling tired after sleeping, and frequently waking during the night. 

Causes can range from stress to illness and physical discomfort.
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Snoring

Snoring

45 percent of normal adults are affected by snoring. 

Although there are many different over the counter treatments available for this sleep disorder, it is recommended that you see your doctor before choosing these to treat your snoring so that you can rule out more serious problems or sleep disorders that snoring can be a symptom for.
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Narcolepsy

Narcolepsy is a neurological disorder which affects the control of sleep and wakefulness. 

People with narcolepsy often experience uncontrollable daytime sleeping. 

It usually affects people between the ages of 15 to 25, however, it can happen to people of any age. The cause is unknown, but it is thought to be genetic. 

The symptoms can range from excessive daytime sleeping to hallucinations to sleep paralysis.
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Night Sweats

Night Sweats

Night Sweats refers to excessive sweating while you sleep. The primary symptom that you will experience if you suffer from this sleep disorder will be waking up with your pajamas and sheets drenched in sleep. 

Causes can vary from menopause to some cancers including lymphoma.
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Sleepwalking

Sleepwalking is a sleep disorder which causes people to get up and walk around while sleeping. 

It can be caused by anything from genetics to medical conditions. 

It can vary greatly in severity from quietly walking around the room to running as if trying to “escape.” In rare cases, people have reportedly left their homes while sleepwalking.

A person who is sleepwalking will generally be unresponsive when you try to talk to them, and their eyes are usually opened and glassy looking. If sleepwalking is occurring to the point that you are doing it regularly or hurting yourself while sleepwalking, you should consult your doctor so that methods of treatment can be discussed.
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Bedwetting

Bedwetting

Bedwetting is a sleep disorder that most commonly occurs in children but can also effect adults. 

The symptom that those who suffer from bedwetting experience is that they are unable to make it through a night without urinating in bed. 

Usually, it is not serious, but if it is not outgrown, medical attention may need to be sought.
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Kleine-Levin Syndrome

Kleine-Levin Syndrome is one of the rarest sleep disorders in existence. 

The causes of it are unknown. 

Those who suffer from this syndrome can suffer from symptoms such as excessive sleep, excessive food intake, and excessive sex drive. 

It generally affects adolescent males and hits in cycles. 

Someone suffering from this condition can go weeks or months without symptoms before it hits again. 

Symptoms include irritability, lack of energy, and lack of emotion.
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Jet Lag

Jet Lag

Jet Lag is temporary exhaustion caused by traveling from one time zone to another. 

It temporarily affects sleep pattern, and can cause extreme exhaustion while the body adjusts to the new time zone. 

Jet lag generally lasts for 1 to 2 days upon arriving in a new destination and there are some tips that can be followed to reduce the negative effects of this sleep disorder.
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Problem Sleepiness

Problem sleepiness results in being sleepy too often or sleeping too much. It can have a major effect on your relationships and ability to hold down a job. 

It can be caused by depression or other sleep disorders. It has been linked to a host of other serious medical conditions including diabetes and heart disease. 

Therefore, if you have noticed these symptoms in yourself, it is important that you see your doctor about them so that you can determine what is causing it and figure out a method of treatment.
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Periodic Limb Movement Disorder

Periodic Limb Movement Disorder

This is a condition which causes uncontrollable arm and leg movement while sleeping. 

Causes of this periodic limb movement disorder ranges from other sleep disorders to thyroid condition. 

Although this condition in itself is not serious or harmful, you should see your doctor if it is a regular occurrence so that more severe causes can be ruled out.
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Hypersomnia

Hypersomnia is a sleep disorder which results in excessive sleepiness. 

Someone who is affected by this sleep disorder can fall asleep anywhere, including at work or while driving. 

It can be caused by other sleep disorders such as sleep deprivation, genetics, or being overweight or obese.
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sleep paralysis

Sleep Paralysis

Sleep paralysis occurs when a person is between sleep and waking and cannot move or speak.

It may also be accompanied by hallucinations.

While this sleep disorder can be frightening, it is not considered a serious medical condition and will not cause any dangerous problems.
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