DELAYED SLEEP PHASE SYNDROME OR DSPS EXPLAINED SYMPTOMS, CAUSES AND TREATMENT
Delayed sleep phase syndrome
The delayed sleep phase syndrome is a sleep disorder that occurs when the biological clock of a person is confused. As the clock behind the sleeper example only at one or two o’clock in the morning, or worse just by morning, falling asleep. The delayed sleep phase syndrome is also known as DSPs and is the most common circadian rhythm . DSPS usually develops in childhood or adolescence, and sometimes even disappear during puberty or shortly thereafter.