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  • Sleeping Disorders

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    Sleeping Disorders Sleeping disorders may seem minor, but many can cause severe health damage. These health damages vary within each type of sleeping disorder. On an average, people will spend 25 years sleeping and it is astounding how little people know about what goes on after they turn the lights off and lay their heads down; sleep can help people strengthen memories, improve physical performance, and become faster learners. There are many different types of sleeping disorders, including Insomnia

  • Sleeping Disorder

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    Sleeping Disorder Insomnia and Sleeping Apnea As there various type of sleeping disorder that can affect the human mind in a way that could also harm their health. But the main two sleeping disorder that really affects people lives are Sleeping Apnea and Insomnia. These disorder are problems that happens to people everyday which also happens affect people lifestyle in a bad way. Insomnia and Sleep Apnea Disorder both happened to be similar types of sleeping disorder that prevent an individual to

  • Sleeping Disorders Paper

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    Sleeping disorder is a medical disorder of the sleep models of a human being or an animal. The sleeping disorders interfere with the normal mental, physical, social, and emotional functioning of the body. The commonly ordered sleeping disorders are polysomnography and actigraphy. This paper provides a critical analysis of a 2010 article written by Jane F. Gaultney called The prevalence of sleep disorders in college students: impact on academic performance. The article’s main objective was to examine

  • Sleeping Disorders Essay

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    Having a disorder is something very normal and common where several can be treated and many not. Sleeping disorders on the other hand may be dangerous or minor. There are over 100 different kinds of sleeping disorders going from difficulty in falling asleep at night to unnecessary morning sleepiness. Sleep disorders can be divided into three categories; those making insomnia (sleeplessness), those causing daytime sleepiness, and those distracting sleep. Insomnia is the most common. It affects almost

  • Insomnia Sleeping Disorders

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    Insomnia & Sleep Disorders Overview Sleep disorders are those conditions that deprive individuals of a full filling, sound and refreshing sleep. Various types of sleep disorders exist with the most common type being Insomnia. These conditions show a variety of symptoms, have diverse effects on individual and social life of the victim. Being awake at night, waking up too early because you have no more sleep or struggling to fall asleep despite your tiredness are all signs of insomnia. It means you

  • Sleeping Disorders In America

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    85 sleep disorders affect more than 70 million people across America (Borreli, 2014). There are many contributing factors to why people don’t get enough sleep, and also many long term effects it can have on them. Generally, lack of sleep can be caused by stress, mental or medical problems, or even just choosing to stay up late. The effects it can have on a person’s body can be sometimes deadly, while other times they are treatable or not as serious. Treating insomnia, sleep apnea, or any other type

  • Sleeping Disorders In College Students

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    more health related, such as stress disorders, depression, and anxiety. These in turn may lead to other issues such as sleeping problems or sleeping disorders. Students may develop bad habits that can play a factor as well. Sleeping disorders not only affect a student’s ability to work and to interact in the college setting, but can also affect a student’s mental health. A sleeping disorder is a medical disorder of a person’s

  • The Problem Of Teenage Sleeping Disorders

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    Teenage Sleeping Disorders Have you ever thought about the amount of teenagers who have some type of sleeping disorder or the more commonly known disorder of insomnia? This is a subject I believe is overlooked more often than not. It should be talked about more frequently because it in some cases can be dangerous to the lives of teenagers. If they were aware of this disorder, then they can get help sooner. There is a range of different causes for why you may have a sleeping disorder, and most

  • Sleeping Disorders Research Paper

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    There are three main sleeping disorders that affect people all across the world. A sleeping disorder is a problems with sleeping, such as having trouble falling asleep, staying asleep or performing strange activities during your sleep. The three different sleeping disorders I am going to be talking about are insomnia, night terrors, and narcolepsy. Each of these are unique in their own way and affect a person differently. The most common sleeping disorder that affects an estimated 30%-50% of

  • Sleeping Disorders : Symptoms And Symptoms

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    Sleeping Disorders Imagine sleeping in the middle of the night and you stop breathing or you can’t just fall asleep. You suffer from a sleeping disorder. One and seven people in america suffers from an sleeping disorder ( Most people that suffer from an sleeping disorder don’t even know they suffer from one. Sleeping disorders are problems in sleeping patterns . In my senior project i am going to prove that sleeping disorders are diseases that are under studied and lack