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Sleep Disorders

Sleep disorders are a group of syndromes characterized by disturbance in the patient's amount of sleep, quality or timing of sleep, or in behaviors or physiological conditions associated with sleep. There are approximately 70 different sleep disorders that may be the result of serious medical conditions, including breathing difficulties or thyroid disorders, or external factors, such as stress or substance abuse. Manifestations include insomnia, sleep apnea, and narcolepsy.

Asked in Sleep Disorders

How do you test for sleep disorders?

Most major hospitals have what they call Sleep Labs where the patient is wired with electrodes and sleep patterns are monitored. This data is used to help diagnose most common sleep disorders such as sleep apnea. ...
Asked in Conditions and Diseases, Medication and Drugs, Sleep Disorders

Can you take sleeping pills while fasting?

No..cuz you drink water with the pill..nd ur fast will be excused by allah.. ...
Asked in Health, Conditions and Diseases, Sleep Disorders

Can you have partial narcolepsy?

No. A narcoleptic attack either occurs or it doesn't.
Asked in Sleep Disorders

How much sleep does a 22 year old woman need to feel refreshed?

The average adult should be getting 7 to 8 hours sleep regularly for good health. ...
Asked in Sleep Disorders

How do you get sleep without qutan medicine?

the best way to sleep is to exercise if uc an at night or take a shower at night if u still have severe sleeplessness problems then you must consult a doctor even hot chocolate drinks will put ut o sleep in 45 minutes. ...
Asked in Vitamins and Supplements, Sleep Disorders, Hormones

Can you buy orexin as a vitamin?

Yes. But it's disgustingly expensive. $350.00/mg.
Asked in Strattera, Sleep Disorders, Hydrocodone, Heart

Can Straterra cause a sleep problem?

According to Eli Lilly's Strattera Web site, "problems sleeping" are a common side effect. I have found it really hard to fall asleep no matter when I take it. I have tried everything from eating and taking it at different times, nothing helps i am fairly new to all the meds, but have recently been dealing w/ my step-son taking Straterra. He is only 12 and it seems to make him want to sleep constantly. But i dont believe that it is...
Asked in ADD-ADHD, Sleep Disorders

Is falling asleep easily a sign of ADHD?

no its not really easy to fall asleep with ADHD in fact I have it and for me it is hard to fall asleep i take melatonin and it helps me fall asleep and when you yell alot you have adhd or add .i pinch myself when i get angry if you have it try to find somthing that will make you able to be mad at yourself! ...
Asked in Sleep Disorders

Is there a diagnosis or remedy for someone who falls asleep whenever he or she sits down?

I have actually fallen asleep when I had gotten back in the car while I was putting gas in the car. It sounds like sleep apnea. It can be debilitating. It had destroyed my health. The narcolepsy is a remote possibility. A sleep study can diagnosis the problem. Wearing a CPAP machine at night is a real pain, but it does work. Believe me, sleep apnea can develop into a very serious illness. My sleep study revealed that I was stopping...
Asked in Parenting and Children, Sleep Disorders

What do you do if your child wakes up in the middle of the night afraid?

get a nightlight and sometimes maybe let them stay with you! Add Night lights and dream catchers to room. Also "Guardian Angel" picture or poster is helpful for some children. Reassure them and talk in a soothing manner when they are scared or can't sleep. Make sure they have a regular bed time routine. Give them time to get ready for bed with story or activity such as coloring that is calming and allows them to unwind. Ask how their day...
Asked in Conditions and Diseases, Sleep Disorders, Mononucleosis

Why would someone fall asleep after eating?

You could have narcolepsy or sleep apnea. You could have hypoglycemia. Your body's ability to store glucose is impaired or you have a parasite stealing your glucose so you feel alright or even ecstatic for a short time after eating then fall asleep. Look into what could have caused this for you (eg. particular medications especially antibiotics) then get your metabolism and digestion back on track through: 1) exercise 2) drinking plenty of water 3) staying away from foods full of simple sugars (like...
Asked in Child Health, Public Health and Safety, Sleep Disorders

How much sleep does a 12 year old girl need?

I'd say about 8 hours. At 12 years, you are still growing and need sleep to do so. But if you are still tired after 8 hours, try to sleep longer. ...
Asked in Sleep Disorders, Torture

How does sleep deprivation kill you?

It's like running an engine with no oil.
Asked in Nutrition, Sleep Disorders

How can you keep from eating too much at night if you just can't sleep unless your stomach is full?

If you feel like you want to eat at night , just try getting a glass of water or juice instead. Often people put on weight because they are bored and need something to do with their hands - so they eat. If drinking instead doesn't work. Try snacking on healthy things such as fruit. I drink a cup of hot tea before bed. Try eating a very light healthy snack, such as an apple or a handful of grapes, etc. And a...
Asked in Sleep Disorders

If you can't sleep does that mean could you be pregnant?

no it just mean you can't fall asleep
Asked in Wrestling, Sleep Disorders

How do you do the volkan death grip?

first you wrap your legs around the neck then you take your hands and push down on there neck ...
Asked in Exercise, Sleep Disorders, Cardio Exercise

What could cause a popping sensation in your legs and backside after walking on a treadmill?

That popping feeling is called Fasciculation. When you work your muscles they contract and the blood vessels dilate. When you are done exercising and your body is returning to a normal state the twitching can occur. It should go away shortly after you finish your workout. This is normal after a good walk or jog..and usually sitting to rest. The feeling results in a "popcorn" feeling at the skins surface. ...
Asked in Sleep Disorders

Why do some children talk in their sleep?

Answer It is extremely common for children to talk in their sleep. Some children may even sleep walk. Most children have experienced the "boogyman complex" Children's brains have not fully developed, so they may not be in a full REM sleep. Children and adults dream every 1/2 hour, but most of us don't remember dreams (just the odd one.) I wouldn't be too concerned unless your child has dark circles under their eyes or lethargic from lack of sleep. You did not mention...