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lifelong inability to obtain adequate sleep. due to neurochemical imbalance of the reticular activating system or of the sleep inducing or sleep maintenance systems
idiopathic insomnia
disorders of excessive sleepiness
hypersomnias
4 categories of hypersomnias
narcolepsy
recurrent hypersomnia
idiopathic hypersomnia
post traumatic hypersomnias
presumed to be caused by central nervous system dysfunction and gets progressively worse with age. Feel less refreshed after nap. Headaches, fainting, peripheral vascular complaints
idiopathic hypersomnia
Pt. is unable to fall asleep until 2-am to 6 am
delayed sleep phase syndrome
pt. complains of inability to remain awake into normal evening hours. Typical sleep onset is between 6 pm and 8 pm
advanced sleep phase syndrome.