What are symptoms of sleep disorders?

Sleep disorders. If it takes more than about 30 min. to fall asleep, if you wake up often, can't fall back to sleep, don't get enough sleep, feel tired most of the day, any of these can be signs of a sleep disorder. My primary question is how rested do you feel during the day. The Epworth Sleepiness Scale https://www.slhn.org/docs/pdf/neuro-epworthsleepscale.pdf is a good simple measure. You can contact me also.

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What are symptoms of sleep disorders?

Insomnia/hypersomnia. The 2 most common symptoms of sleep disorders are: 1) insomnia - difficulty initiating and/or maintaining sleep 2) hypersomnia - daytime sleepiness. Read more...
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What are the next day symptoms of sleep disorders?

Many. There are a host but to mention a few, sleepiness, poor memory, poor learning, irritability, inability to focus or pay attention, disorganization, depression, anxiety, easy to be angered, poor balance. Read more...
Somnolence. By far the most common symptom is excessive daytime somnolence or fatigue. This is because most sleep disorders prevent good quality and quantity of sleep. Read more...

What symptoms do you get with sleep disorders?

Many. It is amazing to me that this is such a common question.Sleep disorders are common today and include insomnia, sleep apnea, sleep walking and talking, and even sleep paralysis. The commonest cause (i have seen them all) is the usual and customary bad american diet abounding in empty calories, particularly sugar. Read more...
Varies. It really varies depending on the sleep disorder. In general, symptoms include insomnia, sleepiness, headaches, fatigue, depression and anxiety, agitation, attention and memory problems, hyperactivity, snoring and breathing problems during sleep, waking during the night, sleep walking and sleep eating, nightmares and night terrors and more. Read more...

What symptoms are typically associated with sleep disorders?

Sleep disorders. Hypersomnia, insomnia, snoring, sleepwalking, nightmares, gasping/pausing/choking for air, sleep attacks, sleep paralysis, bedwetting, attention/memory problems, fatigue, irritability, depression, eating during sleep, leg kicking during sleep, restless legs, acting out dreams, sweating at night, grinding teeth, and more. Read more...