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Sleep Disturbances

Test II, N101

regulates biologic and environmental factors Biologic clock
24 hour cycle related to rhythmic biologic clock Circadian Rhythms
Transitional stage between being awake or asleep Stage I
Asleep Stage II
Increased depth of sleep Stage III
Deepest level of sleep Stage IV
Eyes move back & forth quickly REM Sleep
Vital Signs Irregular REM Sleep
Sleep Apnea diagnosed more frequently at this stage Stage IV
REM sleep enters and re-enters at stage ___ of NREM sleep II
fewer than 6 hours of sleep per night short sleepers
more than 9 hours of sleep each night long sleepers
sleep 14-20 hours infants
10-14 hours sleep children
require 10 hours of sleep teenagers
require 6-8 hours of sleep older adults
Insomnia Hypersomnia Narcolepsy Sleep apnea Restless leg syndrome Sleep deprivation Dyssomnias
random, instant, uncontrollable sleep Narcolepsy
difficulty falling or staying asleep insomnia
too much sleep hypersomnia
repiration stops during sleep sleep apnea
Pain in legs noted at sleep Restless Leg Syndrome
Peptic ulcers Coronary artery diseases Epilepsy Liver failure and encephalitis Hypothyroidism Medical Conditions
Depression Anxiety disorders Schizophrenia Insomnia related
Mood disorders Personality disorders Somatoform disorders Dissociative disorders hypersomnia related
Somnambulism Sleep talking Nocturnal erections Bruxism Enuresis Sleep-related eating disorder parasomnias
sleep walking somnambulism
grinding teethe bruxism
bed wetting enuresis
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