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    Popular! Hypersomnolence (hypersomnia) Symptoms
    Hypersomnia (termed hypersomnolence in DSM-5) is characterized by recurrent episodes of excessive daytime sleepiness or prolonged nighttime sleep. Different from feeling tired due to lack of or interrupted sleep at night, persons with hypersomnolence are compelled to nap repeatedly during the day, often at inappropriate times such as at work, during a meal, or in conversation.

    The predominant complaint is excessive sleepiness for at least 1 month (in acute conditions) or at least 3 months (in persistent conditions) as evidenced by either prolonged sleep episodes or daytime sleep episodes that occur at least 3x per week.

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    Insomnia Disorder Symptoms
    A description of symptoms related to Primary Insomnia, is difficulty initiating or maintaining sleep, or nonrestorative sleep, occurring at least 3 nights per week for at least 3 months despite adequate opportunity for sleep. The sleep disturbance does not occur exclusively during the course of another, more predominant, sleep disorder, such as Narcolepsy, Breathing-Related Sleep Disorder, Circadian Rhythm Sleep Disorder, or a Parasomnia.
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    Narcolepsy Symptoms
    A description of symptoms related to Narcolepsy, irresistible attacks of refreshing sleep that occur daily over at least 3 months. Narcolepsy generally produces cataplexy, which most commonly presents as brief episodes (seconds to minutes) of sudden, bilateral loss of muscle tone precipitated by emotions, typically laughing and joking. Individuals are awake and aware during cataplexy.
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    Rumination Disorder Symptoms
    The essential feature of Rumination Disorder is the repeated regurgitation and rechewing of food that develops in an infant or child after a period of normal functioning and lasts for at least 1 month. Partially digested food is brought up into the mouth without apparent nausea, retching, disgust, or associated gastrointestinal disorder. The food is then either ejected from the mouth or, more frequently, chewed and reswallowed.
    http://psychcentral.com/disorders/rumination-disorder-symptoms/ - 3-Jun-2000 - Hits: 581 - Rate This | Details


 

 

 


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