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Dyssomnia (aka Primary Dyssomnia)

Dyssomnia covers a range of specific sleep disorders, the Inability to Sleep, Insomnia, Sleeplessness, Wakefulness. Chronic and persistent difficulty in either; falling asleep, remaining asleep through the night, or waking up too early.

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PsychNet-UK Dyssomnia Information Sheet - Description, Causation, Treatment, Associated Features, Differential Diagnosis etc. No Video Available
  Dyssomnia - Covers a range of specific sleep disorders, the Inability to Sleep, Insomnia, Sleeplessness, Wakefulness. Chronic and persistent difficulty in either; falling asleep, remaining asleep through the night, or waking up too early. All types of insomnia can lead to daytime drowsiness, poor concentration, and the inability to feel refreshed and rested in the morning. 3/5
 
Dyssomnia - Is a disturbance of the body's natural resting and waking patterns. 3/5
  Dyssomnia Dissected - Dyssomnia is one of the primary sleep disorders that make a person having difficulty in initiating sleep or to remain sleep. Having this kind of disorder interrupts the amount, time and quality of sleep. The usual causes of dyssomnias are early bedtime, daytime napping, stress, physical pain and caffeine. An Article by Matt Kent Clark. Not Rated
  Dyssomnia Treatments - There are more than thirty different varieties of sleep disorder that come under the heading dyssomnia. This can be further divided into three broad ranging categories of the intrinsic sleep disorders, the extrinsic sleep disorders, and the circadian rhythm sleep disorders. Treatments for the various disorders depend on which of these three types of disorder it is and also on the specifics of the particular disorder within that category. There are two main forms of treatment. An Article. Not Rated
  How to Identify Dyssomnia Disorder - Dyssomnia, or primary insomnia, is classified as a primary sleep disorder. As there are many types of sleep disorders, it is helpful to understand the specific criteria in order to identify dyssomnia disorder. The following article discusses the signs and symptoms of this sleep disorder.It is necessary to know a person's detailed history of sleep problem symptoms before making an accurate diagnosis. 3/5
   
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Dyssomnia covers a range of specific sleep disorders, the Inability to Sleep, Insomnia, Sleeplessness, Wakefulness. Chronic and persistent difficulty in either; falling asleep, remaining asleep through the night, or waking up too early.
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