Wednesday, January 30, 2008

all about sleep disorders

having hard time to sleep at night? do you wake up feeling tired and exhausted? or feeling sleepy during the day even if you sleep enough? maybe you might have sleep disorders.

here are some informations about sleep disorders that you need to know.
  • Insomnia - experience difficulty falling asleep and wake up to early.
  • Nocturnal Enuresis - bed wetting
  • Hypersomnia - excessive sleep (day or night). It is also related to Psychologic problems, CNS damage and metabolic disorders.
  • Sleep Apnea - characterized by episodes of stopped breathing during sleep.
  • Bruxism - teeth grinding and clenching during sleep.
  • Restless leg syndrome (RLS) - characterized by an uncomfortable sensation, usually in the legs, that occurs primarily at night and when a person is relaxed.
  • Narcolepsy - "sleep attack." Can cause a person to suddenly fall asleep during the day.
  • Soliloquy - sleep talking.
  • Night terrors - common in children.
  • Nocturnal Erection - wet dreams.
  • Somnambolism - sleep walking.
always have a sleep diary to help you identify what sleep disorders you have and make you easier to discuss it if you decide to see a doctor. a sleep diary should record all sleep-related pattern, includes:
  1. time when you went to bed and wake up.
  2. how many hours and how well you sleep.
  3. any awakening during night and why?
  4. feelings and moods before sleeping.
  5. what before bed-activities you did?
  6. how you felt during the day? i.e. drowsiness, fatigue etc.
  7. any naps you took during the day?
  8. drugs, medications you took before going to bed.
  9. types and amount of food taken before going to bed.

TREATMENT: to follow...


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the queenbee said...

i have an insomnia... and i find it hard to wake up every time my baby cries. lol! :)

repah said...

wow efektib b tlga yan sort of my ganyan kc ako.. hehehe ganda ng bahay mo girl lam mo b my tagalog version ng dkilang tambay.. hehhe pkikilala ko sya sa susunod.. aww!

Anonymous said...

haha. disorder ba yung hindi ka natutulog kasi andaming gagawin? haha. lol.

Bulaang Katotohanan said...

akala ko somnambulism yung sleep talking. hmm. wee!

Duroy said...

May pagkakaiba ba yung nakatulog ka ng mahimbing ng 8 hours sa umaga compared sa 8 hours na tulog sa gabi? Saka yung paputol putol na tulog, yung hindi buong 8 hrs ng sleep, counted ba yun as 8 hrs of sleep per day?

Alanganin talaga tulog ko hahaha

Coldman said...

thanks for sharing this info.

binoto kita ah! =)

Anonymous said...

^ oo kaya duroy. malaki ang pagkakaiba.

kung putol-putol ang tulog mo, malamang may sleep maintenance insomnia ka.

Anonymous said...

feeling ko may sleep disorder ako. palagi kong napapanaginipan na nagbablog ako. lol.

seriously, i believe i'm insomniac. and that's just one of my disorders. hehe.

Hiro said...

ah. all I ever do is sleep.
.... or I wish I could.

unfortunately, time constraints and problems with me not finishing my homework deprives me of my precious sleep...

which reminds me; I need to go to sleep. first time before 12 in a long time!

Dakilang Tambay said...

@queenbee - i'm insomniac too.. hehehe..also i talk when im sleeping.. haha

Dakilang Tambay said...

@repah - hehe.. salamat sa pagbisita.. apir!

Dakilang Tambay said...

@duroy - ayan sinagot na ni doc mnel ang tanong m.. salamat sa pagbisita.. apir tau.. hihi

Dakilang Tambay said...

@ nika and bk - salamat sa pagbisita..hihi

Dakilang Tambay said...

@coldman- your welcome.. hihi

Dakilang Tambay said...

@ mnel - salamat sa pagbisita.. mwah.. miss na kita

Dakilang Tambay said...

@ dyosa - hihi.. pareho tau ng napapaginipan.. hahaha! nagbblog pa rin..

Bea said...

Wow, that was informative. May semi-insomnia yata kasi ako eh :))

Thanks for visitng my blog! :)

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