Insomnia is a consistent problem with falling asleep and staying asleep. It is the most common sleep disorder in as many as 70 million Americans at some point in their lives. It has been reported that 10 – 15% of the population suffers from chronic insomnia and that women are 3 times more likely to suffer bouts of insomnia than men.
What Is a Parasomnia? (Sleepwalking, Night Terrors, RBD, and others)
If you have ever been told by friends or a bed partner that you talk or scream in your sleep, thrash around, kick your legs about, or sleepwalk, then you may have a sleep disorder called a parasomnia. Other outwardly visible symptoms and signs of parasomnia can include being confused when waking—for example, saying things...
What is Parasomnia?
Parasomnia Do you have any abnormal things happening while you’re asleep such as sleepwalking, sleep terrors, sleep eating disorders, sleep paralysis, nightmares, bedwetting, or sleep talking? The crazy part of having a parasomnia is that you may actually not even know these things are happening. These episodes can be mild and cause little problems or...