Circadian Rhythm Sleep Disorders

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Circadian Rhythm Sleep Disorders

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Do you have problems falling asleep or has the tendency to wake up too early? You may Circadian Rhythm Sleep Disorders (CRSDs) in which a person’s sleep pattern is abnormal compared to the general population such as:

  • Delayed Sleep Phase which occurs when you stay late at night and wake up later than the regular time.
  • Advanced Sleep Phase Disorder which occurs when you routinely sleep and wake up earlier than usual.
  • Irregular Sleep-Wake Rhythm which happens when you do not have a clear sleep pattern and have multiple bouts of sleep during the 24-hour period.
  • Non-24 Hour Sleep-Wake Rhythm which is when your sleep pattern is out of sync.
  • Shift Work Disorder which is manifested with bouts of insomnia and daytime sleepiness resulting from a work schedule that occurs during the normal sleeping time.
  • Jet Lag which is a temporary condition occurring when you have trouble sleeping due to a recent travel to a different time zone.
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