Different Types of Sleep Disorder

Different Types of Sleep Disorder

Sleep disorders occur when the sleep pattern of the human is disrupted. It also affects a person’s sleep cycle, people who suffer from depression who wake up in the middle of dawn and find it hard to fall back asleep are the common symptom. This disorder is life-threatening to everyone that may cause death.  

Three Classification of Sleep Disorders

  1. Dyssomnias – Involve extremely sleepiness with grounds of disturbed sleeping.

Types of Dyssomnias

  • Insomnia

A condition where people notice a tough sleep disorder, continuous of waking up in the primary of the night or the middle of the night.

It causes a lack of sleep that will bring the day fatigue.

  • Narcolepsy

It is a neurological disorder involved in control sleep and wakefulness. Humans have narcolepsy undergo exaggerated daytime sleepiness, an uncontrollable series of sleeping during the morning. 

Supposedly narcolepsy attacks people ages 15-25.

  • Obstructive Sleep Apnea

A serious type of sleep disorder. It may cause redundant stop and start during sleep.

This happens when the throat muscles from time to time begin to relax and block your airway during sleep.

A remarkable sign of obstructive sleep disorder is snoring. 

  • Restless Leg Syndrome (RLS)

Also called a Willis-Ekbom Disease, it makes horrendous and awkward encounters both legs and uncomfortable to move them.

These symptoms commonly appear in the afternoon or evening hours, a person sitting and lying on the bed. 

RLS strongly affects the mood, concentration even in-school performances, in short people have been diagnosed like this and usually fail to accomplish the daily task.

  1. Parasomnias –  A sleep disorder that involves annoying physical aspects or movement which develop during sleep. 

Types of Parasomnias

  • Sleepwalking

The children ages 3 to 7 are more prone to it rather than adults. It usually involves complex behavior while sleeping such as sitting up in bed, walking around the room and leaving the house while asleep. 

The average of sleepwalking, in general, is estimated between 1% to 15% out of 100%.

  • Night Terrors

Also known as “sleep terror” where typical sense makes a scene during the first hour of sleep. It affects 40 percent in children smaller than adults. Therefore, a person who experiences nightmares, especially in children usually did not remember anything happening while an adult may recall a dream during his or her sleep terrors.

Start screaming and shouting in the bedroom, hard to wake up and confused if they already awakened.

Encounter sweating, difficult breathing and get out of them with an aggressive attitude if blocked or restrained.  

  • Rhythmic Movement Disorders (RMD)

The Neurologist determines when a person acts their body in a repeated manner before sleeping or falling into sleep.

Normally, it is exposed in children and in most cases, it ends gradually ages of 5. 

Body Rocking and Head Banging is a common movement for those experiencing Rhythmic movement disorders (RMD).

  1. Medical Psychiatric Sleep Disorders – This is an untreated type of sleep disorder, at the same time, it might develop a psychiatric condition in one’s life. These are the common symptoms including depression, anxiety, and drugs or alcohol addiction.  
  • Depression

A mood is described by lacking interest in many activities. It also affects food appetite, energy level, and motivation. 

  • Anxiety

People who experience difficulty in falling asleep, shortness of breath, heart palpitations and nocturnal panic attack are common. This sleep disorder found over 50% of patients diagnosed in general. 

  • Drug and Alcohol Addiction

Many people who abuse drugs and alcohol are experiencing a sleep problem. However, they also use these substances in order to fall asleep but it can lead to serious health problems. 

Types  of Treatment 

  • Home Sleep Study

Visit Sleep Well Solutions for your 30-minute first check-up to receive a referral for your GP.

Go back to your GP to have your referral signed.

Come back to Sleep Well Solutions to bring your machine for your one night home sleep test. The team will help you understand.

  • Airsense 10 Elite

Simple breath motor is whisper-quiet, providing you and your bed partner a more peaceful night’s sleep.

The easy and natural user interface provides an evaluation of your therapy every morning and it is easy for you to change comfort settings.

  • Airsense 10 Autoset for her

Without complicated settings or easy to operate, simply press start and you are ready to go.

Come up an ambient light sensor adjusts the lightest of the screen based on the brightness of the room.

  • Transcend Auto Mini CPAP

Lightweight: Weighing less than one pound, Transcend devices are simple to pack and carry for your next night away from a house.

Portable Power: The biggest contrary from any other CPAP on the market place, is that transcend has two battery choices; solar battery charger and a DC mobile power connector, giving unequaled free will options to guide therapy on the go.

Sleep disorders occur when there is sleep disrupted. Most daily disrupted sleep can affect one’s life even the people around them. If this disorder is recurring every night you should check your condition in the accredited psychiatric clinic, you may visit sleep well solution. Suffering from this condition seek medical help in order to prevent a worse condition.  

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