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Down Syndrome | Symptom Of Down Syndrome | Treatment For Down Syndrome

Down Syndrome Children with Down syndrome are at greater risk for obstructive sleep apnea. Down syndrome is a genetic disorder which affects especially children. The complications involve a life time of treatment and care from specialists in all areas of medicine. Sleep disorders is common and pre ...Continue Reading

Down Syndrome | Symptom Of Down Syndrome | Treatment For Down Syndrome

Down Syndrome Children with Down syndrome are at greater risk for obstructive sleep apnea. Down syndrome is a genetic disorder which affects especially children. The complications involve a life time of treatment and care from specialists in all areas of medicine. Sleep disorders is common and pre ...Continue Reading

Insomnia Causes | Causes of Insomnia | Acute Insomnia Causes | Chronic Insomnia Causes

Insomnia Causes Insomnia Causes can be broadly divided into acute insomnia causes and chronic insomnia causes. Acute insomnia causes include: Significant life stress (job loss or change, death of a loved one, moving) Health disorders such as diabetes, heart failure, hyperthyroidism, ulcers, an ...Continue Reading

Insomnia Causes | Causes of Insomnia | Acute Insomnia Causes | Chronic Insomnia Causes

Insomnia Causes Insomnia Causes can be broadly divided into acute insomnia causes and chronic insomnia causes. Acute insomnia causes include: Significant life stress (job loss or change, death of a loved one, moving) Health disorders such as diabetes, heart failure, hyperthyroidism, ulcers, an ...Continue Reading

Genioglossus Advancement | Genioglossus Advancement Procedure And Risks

Genioglossus Advancement In obstructive sleep apnea, tongue is the main cause for upper airway blockage. During sleep, the tongue collapses toward the back of the throat which contributes to airway blockage. Genioglossus advancement improves the condition of collapsibility of the tongue. Geniogloss ...Continue Reading

Genioglossus Advancement | Genioglossus Advancement Procedure And Risks

Genioglossus Advancement In obstructive sleep apnea, tongue is the main cause for upper airway blockage. During sleep, the tongue collapses toward the back of the throat which contributes to airway blockage. Genioglossus advancement improves the condition of collapsibility of the tongue. Geniogloss ...Continue Reading

Hypersomnia | Idiopathic Hypersomnia | Causes of Hypersomnia

Hypersomnia Hypersomnia refers to either excessive sleepiness during the day or extended, overly long periods of nighttime sleep. It may be associated with difficulty in awakening. Other words that are synonymous with hypersomnia are excessive daytime sleepiness (EDS), excessive sleepiness, or somn ...Continue Reading

Hypersomnia | Idiopathic Hypersomnia | Causes of Hypersomnia

Hypersomnia Hypersomnia refers to either excessive sleepiness during the day or extended, overly long periods of nighttime sleep. It may be associated with difficulty in awakening. Other words that are synonymous with hypersomnia are excessive daytime sleepiness (EDS), excessive sleepiness, or somn ...Continue Reading

Excessive Sleepiness | Hypersomnia | Excessive Daytime Sleepiness

Excessive Sleepiness Excessive sleepiness is also called as hypersomnia. It is an excessively deep or prolonged major sleep period. It may be associated with difficulty in awakening. Not sleeping long enough is one of the most common causes of excessive daytime sleepiness. Other things may be causin ...Continue Reading

Excessive Sleepiness | Hypersomnia | Excessive Daytime Sleepiness

Excessive Sleepiness Excessive sleepiness is also called as hypersomnia. It is an excessively deep or prolonged major sleep period. It may be associated with difficulty in awakening. Not sleeping long enough is one of the most common causes of excessive daytime sleepiness. Other things may be causin ...Continue Reading

Dementia | Symptoms Of Dementia | Cause Of Dementia| Dementia Diagnosis And Treatment

Dementia In people with dementia, sleep patterns are often abnormal. As dementia advances, time spent in light sleep increases, so you are easily awakened. People suffering with dementia may have disorders that contribute to sleep problems. The disorders can be dehydration, arthritis, and infectio ...Continue Reading

Dementia | Symptoms Of Dementia | Cause Of Dementia| Dementia Diagnosis And Treatment

Dementia In people with dementia, sleep patterns are often abnormal. As dementia advances, time spent in light sleep increases, so you are easily awakened. People suffering with dementia may have disorders that contribute to sleep problems. The disorders can be dehydration, arthritis, and infectio ...Continue Reading

Fibromyalgia Overview| Fibromyalgia Symptoms | Fibro Myalgia | Fibromyalgia Syndrome

Fibromyalgia - Overview Fibromyalgia is a medical syndrome that causes widespread pain and stiffness in the muscles and joints as well as sleeps problems and chronic daytime fatigue. The most common sites of pain include the neck, back, shoulders, pelvic girdle and hands, but any body part can be in ...Continue Reading

Fibromyalgia Overview| Fibromyalgia Symptoms | Fibro Myalgia | Fibromyalgia Syndrome

Fibromyalgia - Overview Fibromyalgia is a medical syndrome that causes widespread pain and stiffness in the muscles and joints as well as sleeps problems and chronic daytime fatigue. The most common sites of pain include the neck, back, shoulders, pelvic girdle and hands, but any body part can be in ...Continue Reading

Dyssomnia | Causes Of Dyssomnias | Dyssomnia Symptoms | Dyssomnia Treatment

Dyssomnia Dyssomnia is a disturbance of the body's natural resting and waking patterns. Dyssomnias may be intrinsic i.e. having their cause in the body, or extrinsic i.e. having an external cause. Person’s problems with a person's circadian rhythm, or internal clock may also cause dyssomnia. ...Continue Reading

Dyssomnia | Causes Of Dyssomnias | Dyssomnia Symptoms | Dyssomnia Treatment

Dyssomnia Dyssomnia is a disturbance of the body's natural resting and waking patterns. Dyssomnias may be intrinsic i.e. having their cause in the body, or extrinsic i.e. having an external cause. Person’s problems with a person's circadian rhythm, or internal clock may also cause dyssomnia. ...Continue Reading

Effects Of Snoring On Your Family | Spousal Arousal Syndrome

Effects Snoring On Your Family Snoring affects your family in many ways that you may be unknown of. While snoring can be a problem that affects your health personally, few know about the trauma it can cause to their bedmate. Hereditary Also, few know that heredity can help to determine whether or ...Continue Reading

Effects Of Snoring On Your Family | Spousal Arousal Syndrome

Effects Snoring On Your Family Snoring affects your family in many ways that you may be unknown of. While snoring can be a problem that affects your health personally, few know about the trauma it can cause to their bedmate. Hereditary Also, few know that heredity can help to determine whether or ...Continue Reading

Delayed Sleep Phase Syndrome | DSPS | Phase Lag Syndrome

Delayed Sleep Phase Syndrome Delayed Sleep Phase Syndrome – Definition Delayed sleep phase syndrome (DSPS), which is also known as phase lag syndrome, is a disorder in which the patient's internal body clock is not in sync with the morning-rise evening-sleep pattern of the majority of adults. ...Continue Reading

Delayed Sleep Phase Syndrome | DSPS | Phase Lag Syndrome

Delayed Sleep Phase Syndrome Delayed Sleep Phase Syndrome – Definition Delayed sleep phase syndrome (DSPS), which is also known as phase lag syndrome, is a disorder in which the patient's internal body clock is not in sync with the morning-rise evening-sleep pattern of the majority of adults. ...Continue Reading

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