hyposomnia

hyposomnia

 [hi″po-som´ne-ah]
reduced time of sleep.

hyposomnia

/hy·po·som·nia/ (-som´ne-ah) reduced time of sleep.
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Pre-intervention self-rating scales provided by the school psychologist revealed that the student struggled with clinically significant levels of depression, including feeling sad, loss of interest in many daily activities, hyposomnia, fatigue, self-disparaging statements, and body image distortion as well as some symptoms of anxiety.
In addition, sleep disturbance, such as insomnia, hypersomnia, and hyposomnia, has recently been recognized in persons with MS (Fleming & Pollak, 2005).
He reports that he frequently has excessive energy and periodic hyposomnia, but not excessively.
Modafinil, a drug that has some stimulant properties but apparently affects histamine rather than dopamine activity, appears to be useful for antidepressant augmentation when residual symptoms like hyposomnia and fatigue are prominent.
41 -- Transient disorder of initiating or maintaining sleep; hyposomnia
During her melancholic phases, Edna appears to have the following five symptoms of Major Depression as described in the DSM-IV: (1) a depressed mood most of the day, nearly every day, (2) a markedly diminished interest or pleasure in all, or almost all, activities most of the day, nearly every day, (3) insomnia or hyposomnia nearly every day, (4) fatigue or loss of energy nearly every day, (5) recurrent thoughts of death, recurrent suicidal ideation without a specific plan, or a suicidal attempt or a specific plan for committing suicide (p.
Sleep disorders, including insomnia, hyper- and hyposomnia, and associated conditions such as restless legs syndrome or periodic limb movements, are common in neurological syndromes such as MS.