By: Researcher Taymur
Dyssomnia is the name given to a group of sleep problems that cause sleep failure or complications.
These are known as hypersomnolence (day sleep or excessive night sleep) and insomnia (sleeplessness).
Therefore there are several different dyssomnia categories which may affect the patterns of sleep. Includes:
- 1st is intrinsic sleep disorders
- 2nd is extrinsic sleep disorders
- 3rd is circadian rhythm sleep disorders
- 4th is Intrinsic sleep disorders
Sleep disorders are conditions or disorders associated with internal sleep mechanisms or other medical disorders linked to sleep.
Understanding Psychophysiological Insomnia
Sleep disorder is a sleep disorder that makes you hard to fall or stay asleep.
Psychophysiological insomnia occurs when you are associated with sleep prevention. It means you might be stressed and anxious that you cannot sleep. This can cause you to stress sleep and make the sleeplessness cycle worse.
So the combination of medication and therapy often treats insomnia.
So you may have narcolepsy if you cannot control sleeping. Because this disorder will affect your sleep-wake cycles ability to control them.
Therefore which means that you can sleep well or not, but you often feel sleepy during the day and can fall asleep unwillingly at untimely times.
No cure for narcolepsy is yet available, but usually a combination of medication and lifestyle changes is treated and managed.
Understanding Obstructive Sleep Apnea
However this is a common condition, mostly due to the collapse of the upper airway. Because it frequently causes breathing disturbances and leads to snoring and sleep interruptions.
However therapy entails modifications of your lifestyle such as stopping back sleep.
Understanding Other Disorders
However many other conditions fit into the category of sleeping disorder, including:
- 1st is hypersomnia
- 2nd is central alveolar hypoventilation syndrome
- 3rd is periodic limb movement disorder
- 4th is restless leg syndrome
Understanding Extrinsic Sleep Disorders
Extrinsic sleep disorders are caused by external problems or conditions like your environment, allergies or habits, outside your body.
- 1st is Because altitude and food allergy insomnia
- 2nd is Therefore Poor sleep hygiene
- 3rd is So nocturnal eating syndrome
Understanding Circadian Rhythm Sleep Disorders
Thus circadian rhythm disorder occurs when a behavioral or environmental alteration disrupts the natural circadian rhythm.
Therefore a mild example is the start of darkness earlier in winter. Because although you might feel sleepy during your typical bedtime at 8 or 9 p.m., at 6 p.m. Because it’s dark out, because it’s cold.
Some other examples of circadian sleep rhythm are:
- 1st is because time zone changes
- 2nd is therefore shift work sleep disorder
- 3rd is because irregular waking times
- 4th is above all sleep phase disruption
Therefore dyssomnia is a sleeping disorder category that affects how you sleep and stay asleep.
So you may want to take it to your physician when you feel as though you cannot sleep, feel especially tired during the day, or if you are too unable to sleep. You will be helped if you have a sleep disorder or not.
Therefore we will refer you to the professional who can, because when we can’t figure out what’s happening in their sleep.