DELAYED SLEEP PHASE SYNDROME OR DSPS EXPLAINED SYMPTOMS, CAUSES AND TREATMENT

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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.

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WHAT IS KLEINE-LEVIN SYNDROME?

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 WHAT IS KLEINE-LEVIN SYNDROME?

So very occasionally they appear in the news or a television program on rare diseases: Teenagers who spend 20 hours a day sleeping. It is not about lazy teenagers, but for patients who have the syndrome Kleine-Levin. What is that?

Already in 1862 the French physician and psychiatrist Briere de Boismont described the first cases of what would later be called Kleine-Levin syndrome. Early 20th century doctors gathered more information about the mysterious disease. Little did report on patients who suffered from recurrent hypersomnia . Levin added that they were not only very sleepy, but also had extreme hunger.

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