Here are the most com­mon types of sleep dis­or­ders:

1. Insomnia

This type of dis­or­der is the most com­mon. It is dif­fi­cult for a per­son to fall asleep, and when it final­ly suc­ceeds, sleep does not last long and the body does not receive prop­er rest. Insom­nia is a reg­u­lar phe­nom­e­non and has its own caus­es:

    bad habits, drugs;

    stress, depres­sion;

    external stimuli.

2. Vio­la­tion of the short phase of sleep (behav­ioral dis­or­der)

With such a dis­or­der, a per­son can jump up abrupt­ly in a dream and move chaot­i­cal­ly, injur­ing him­self and oth­ers. REM sleep dys­func­tion can be caused by anti­de­pres­sants and neu­ro­log­i­cal dis­eases.

3. Rest­less legs syn­drome

Sleep dis­tur­bance often occurs due to dis­com­fort in the low­er extrem­i­ties. A per­son feels unpleas­ant tin­gling and swelling in the legs that occur at rest. There can be sev­er­al rea­sons for RLS:

    lack of trace elements and vitamins;
    chronic diseases of organs;
    hereditary factors.

4. Apnea

This dis­or­der can become dan­ger­ous, as it is char­ac­ter­ized by spasm of the air­ways and even short-term ces­sa­tion of breath­ing. A per­son suf­fer­ing from sleep apnea expe­ri­ences headaches, fatigue, drowsi­ness and dis­trac­tion. Treat­ment of this con­di­tion requires spe­cial atten­tion and is car­ried out with the help of CPAP machines.

5 Sleep­walk­ing

This state is char­ac­ter­ized by wake­ful­ness in a dream. Som­nam­bu­list Man can walk, answer ques­tions, and do nor­mal activ­i­ties while uncon­scious.

6 Narcolepsy

Nar­colep­sy man­i­fests itself as exces­sive sleepi­ness and sleep dura­tion. Experts sug­gest that the cause of this con­di­tion is the lack of spe­cial hor­mones respon­si­ble for the vig­or of the body.

7. Knocking and gnashing of teeth

The name of this dis­or­der is brux­ism. Its caus­es are also asso­ci­at­ed with psy­cho­log­i­cal and neu­ro­log­i­cal fac­tors. This con­di­tion brings a lot of trou­ble in the form of a dis­ease of the jaw joints and enam­el chips.

8. Nightmares in a dream

Var­i­ous men­tal dis­or­ders and stress­ful con­di­tions can pro­voke night­mares. Unpleas­ant dreams make you sud­den­ly wake up, wor­ry and expe­ri­ence great fear.

All sleep dis­or­ders are treat­ed by address­ing their neu­ro­log­i­cal, men­tal and phys­i­cal caus­es. If you can’t man­age your sleep on your own, you should con­sult a spe­cial­ist.

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