sleep inertia

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sleep inertia

The time it takes to become fully alert after waking; it is most marked in the first 10-15 minutes after awakening, but can last hours, and is worse with chronic sleep deprivation and circadian misalignment.

sleep inertia

The normal impairment in thinking and motor performance that immediately follows awakening.
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