Symptoms And Symptoms Of Experiencing Chronic Pain

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experiencing chronic pain can also cause dreaming more than usual. If person tends to wake up in between the sleep in the night this means that they will remember the dream once they wake up other then for those who do not wake up during the night they are going to most likely forget their dreams in the morning when they awake. Oscroft added, “ few sleepless nights or nights with very little sleep would also result in a night full of vivid dreams” (Kaur). Therefore the very few hours the sleeper gets to sleep during the night they are most likely to have very vivid dreams. creates suction that collapses the windpipe” (Institute 's Brain Resources and Information Network). This blocks the air flowing through from 10 seconds to a minute…show more content…
Insomnia almost always affects job performance and well-being the next day “About 60 million Americans a year have insomnia frequently or for extended periods of time” (Institute 's Brain Resources and Information Network). Insomnia tends to increase with age and affects about 40 percent of women and 30 percent of men (Institute 's Brain Resources and Information Network). It is often the major disabling symptom of an underlying medical disorder. Narcolepsy, is a chronic sleep disorder that causes overwhelming daytime drowsiness. People that have narcolepsy experience periods of extreme daytime sleepiness and sudden, irresistible bouts of sleep that can strike at any time. These “sleep attacks” usually last a few seconds up to several minutes. Narcolepsy can really affect daily activities and keep the person from functioning like normal during the day. People that have this disorder, may fall asleep while at work or at school, when having a conversation, playing a game, eating a meal, or, most dangerously, when driving or operating other types of machinery. In addition to, “daytime sleepiness, other major symptoms may include cataplexy (a sudden loss of voluntary muscle tone while awake that makes a person go limp or unable to move), vivid dream-like images or hallucinations, as well as total paralysis just before falling asleep or just after
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