sleep-related disorder

sleep-related disorder

Multiple arousals interfering with restful sleep that occur as a result of airway obstruction (e.g., during snoring). Excessive daytime sleepiness is the most common presenting complaint. The person may feel drowsy or fall asleep while talking, eating, or driving. Electrocardiographic abnormalities, elevated pulmonary and systolic arterial pressure, cardiac arrhythmias, and oxyhemoglobin desaturation may be associated laboratory findings. The disorder occurs in both sexes and often has a chronic course.
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Sleep-disordered breathing (SDB) is the most common sleep-related disorder, and it can seriously affect sleep conditions, growth, and neurocognitive function.
The practicing dental professional has the opportunity to assist patients at a variety of levels, starting with the recognition of a sleep-related disorder, referring them to a physician for evaluation, and assisting in the management of sleep disorders.
Sleep paralysis may also occasionally occur in people with no sleep-related disorder.
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Many sleep-related disorders are associated with ADHD, including restless-leg syndrome, sleep apnea, and the circadian rhythm disturbance, the delayed sleep phase syndrome.
ADHD, which is associated with many sleep-related disorders, including restless-leg syndrome, sleep apnea, circadian rhythm disturbance and delayed sleep phase syndrome, was until now thought to be separate issues.
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The subject of the patent is development of cannabinoid-based formulations to treat a variety of neurobehavioral disorders, including attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), anxiety, sleeping and sleep-related disorders.
The material is organized in 12 chapters, including two new ones: sleep-related disorders and psychiatric disorders in the cognitive function clinic.
E (Alert, Well and Keeping Energetic), a support and informational group for people with sleep apnea, their families, friends, and people wanting to learn more about sleep-related disorders.
The Sleep Evaluation Center, the largest in the area, is among 14 accredited centers in the state, providing services that identify and treat sleep-related disorders.