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Hemodynamics

Partial stack for Hemodynamics exam

QuestionAnswer
Bruxism Grinding of the teeth during sleep
Narcolepsy Falling asleep at inappropriate times
Insomnia Inability to fall asleep &/or stay asleep, Usually caused by anxiety, depression, or alcohol use
Sleep starts Common, sudden violent jerks of the body when falling asleep, Can be auditory (loud snapping noise from inside the head), Can be visual (sensation of light from inside of head or eyes)
Somnambulism Sleepwalking (walking around, performing tasks but still in sleep mode), More common in children, Sleep eating (common in young women, eat while they are sleepwalking)
Periodic limb movement disorder (PLMD) Rhythmic movement of legs & arms during sleep, More common in those over age 65
Created by: geko546