dysphylaxia

dysphylaxia

[dis′filek′sē·ə]
a sudden awakening from deep sleep or a condition marked by too early awakening.

dysphylaxia

(dĭs-fī-lăk′sē-ă) [″ + phylaxis, protection]
Waking too early from sleep.
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Dyssomnia in children is expressed as difficulties in falling asleep (dyskoimesis) or in sleeping through the night as dysphylaxia, pavor nocturnus and somnabulism.