For optimal health, good sleep is important and may affect hormone levels, mood, and weight. Sleep disorders are common, including snoring, sleep apnea, insomnia, lack of sleep, etc. However, in this article, you’ll discover other types of sleep disorders that you probably never heard about.
Parasomnias are destructive sleep disorders that may occur in rapid eye movement (REM) sleep arousals or non-rapid eye movement (NREM) sleep arousals. They can result in physical or verbal activities that are unwelcome, such as walking or talking during sleep. In conjunction with rest, particular phases of sleep, or sleep-wake changes, parasomnias occur. To both the patient and the bed companion, these parasomnias may be harmful. Some types of parasomnias are:
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