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The increasing initiative to create awareness about the importance of adequate sleep and educating people about sleep disorders are also driving the growth of the global sleeping aids market.
Key clinical point: Possible relationships between sleep disorders and poor mental health should be explored.
The survey was conducted by the Melbourne Sleep Disorders Centre.
It can sometimes be very difficult to tell the difference between these two dementias, especially in the early stages, but we have found that only 2 to 3 percent of patients with Alzheimer's disease have a history of this sleep disorder," she added.
The annual World Sleep Day is a call to action on issues related to sleep as sleep disorders lead to significant health problems and reduced quality of life.
While accumulated knowledge about sleep physiology, biochemistry, sleep deprivation, circadian rhythms and sleep problems is encyclopedic, the truth of the matter is that there are really only three sleep disorders that primary care physicians will frequently encounter among their patients.
The National Sleep Foundation publishes brochures on sleep and sleep disorders.
GREATER government recognition of sleep disorders and the impact they have in relation to road crashes is being called for by a northern MP.
Halifax MP Alice Mahon warns: "Despite the high numbers of sufferers, there is no mention of sleep disorders in the NHS Plan, or other recent Government health guidelines.
Halifax MP Alice Mahon warns: "Despite the high numbers of sufferers there is no mention of sleep disorders in the NHS Plan, or other recent Government health guidelines.
If you wake up feeling as though you have been run over by a Mack truck--what doctors refer to as unrefreshed sleep--it is reasonable for your doctor to assume that you have a sleep disorder.
Fear of the dark, separation anxiety, fatigue, and overstimulation, can act as a "trigger" to a child with a sleep disorder, especially those who have a neurological impairment.