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Conditions Treated

Sleep Disordered Breathing

Sleep disordered breathing (SDB) refers to a group of respiratory disorders that occur in sleep or are exacerbated during sleep. Having SDB may disrupt normal ventilation and overall sleep architecture.

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Excessive Sleepiness

Hypersomnia and narcolepsy are related but distinct medical terms. Narcolepsy is a specific neurological disorder that causes sudden attacks of deep sleep, while hypersomnia is a symptom, and refers to excessive daytime sleepiness more generally.

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Circadian rhythm sleep disorders involve either difficulty falling asleep, waking up during the sleep cycle or waking up too early and being unable to fall back to sleep. Chronic (long-term) insomnia occurs 3 or more nights a week, lasts more than 3 months, and cannot be fully explained by another health problem.

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Parasomnias include disorders with undesirable behaviors or experiences that occur during sleep or during partial arousals from sleep. Treatment will first address any underlying sleep disorder.

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Abnormal Leg Movements

Periodic limb movement disorder involves repetitive movements of the arms, legs, or both during sleep. Restless legs syndrome involves an irresistible urge to move and usually abnormal sensations in the legs, arms, or both when people sit still or lie down.

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Sleep Disorders Related to Medical Conditions

Sleep disorders are conditions that disturb your normal sleep patterns. There are more than 80 different sleep disorders.

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