environmental sleep disorder

environmental sleep disorder

Sleep disturbances resulting from excessive noise, light, heat, cold, movements of one's bed partner, or unfamiliar surroundings (e.g., sleeping in hospitals, hotels, planes, trains).
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The American Academy of Sleep Medicine reports that traffic noise is one cause of "environmental sleep disorder," which involves an environmental disturbance that causes a complaint of insomnia or daytime sleepiness.
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