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This leads to frequent awakenings (you'll probably never feel yourself waking), lack of sleep and daytime drowsiness.
The adverse reactions associated with zolpidem included daytime drowsiness, dizziness, hallucinations, agitation, sleepwalking and "sleep driving" (driving while not fully awake).
Anemia is not an uncommon adolescent problem, while sleeping poorly is notorious for promoting daytime drowsiness, although not getting enough hours of rest due to an overextended schedule could be the answer.
One related advantage is that you don't experience daytime drowsiness and hangover the next day.
He subsequently developed acute daytime drowsiness for periods of 10 minutes at a time while walking or driving.
ARE you suffering from daytime drowsiness, irritability, loss of memory, increased night time urination, impotence or strokes?
With no affinity for benzodiazepine receptors, it should not cause daytime drowsiness, he said.
The women's quality of sleep was determined by a combination of the total number of hours of sleep per night and reported daytime drowsiness.
The symptoms of jet lag can vary but may include fatigue, irritability, headaches, upset stomach, diarrhea and sleep disturbance (such as daytime drowsiness, insomnia or waking early).
Symptoms include snoring, shortness of breath, gasping, or choking that wakes you from sleep, and excessive daytime drowsiness with no apparent reason.
The titular illness of German pic "Sleeping Sickness" comes in two stages, with the latter, ultimately lethal stage typically associated with disorientation, headaches, nighttime insomnia and daytime drowsiness.