sleep state misperception

sleep state misperception

(mĭs″pĕr-sĕp′shĭn) [ME. mis-, prefix meaning “wrongly” or showing negation + ″]
The subjective sense that one has disordered sleep without objective findings of insomnia, hypersomnia, narcolepsy, sleep apnea, or other sleep disorders.
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Sleep state misperception is very common in our field but may potentially have serious consequences in a court of law.
There's also a condition called sleep state misperception, where people underestimate the amount of sleep they're getting.
Subtyping primary insomnia: Is sleep state misperception a distinct clinical entity?