parasomnia


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parasomnia

[‚par·ə′säm·nē·ə]
(medicine)
A group of disorders characterized by abnormal movements or behavior intruding into sleep (for example, sleep walking, sleep terrors, sleep talking, nightmares, sleep paralysis, tooth grinding, and bed wetting).
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DIAGNOSIS: PARASOMNIA DECISION: D/18 S-3, NOT SUITABLE FOR MILITARY SERVICE B) 2.
He had reduced sleep efficiency at 52% with no evidence of sleep apnea, parasomnia or behavioral disorders.
Factors that predispose, prime and precipitate NREM parasomnias in adults: clinical and forensic implications.
En el caso del bruxismo del sueno, es considerado como la tercera parasomnia mas frecuente, con una gran incidencia y prevalencia en la poblacion a nivel mundial; se estima que entre un 5% y un 20% lo presenta.
She was offered medication for the parasomnia, but one of the possible side effects was schizophrenia so she turned it down, her wife Kelly Hickey-Fareed said.
A parasomnia involves undesired events that happen during sleeping.
Rapid eye movement sleep behavior disorder (RBD) is parasomnia disorder characterized by clinical dream-enactment behavior ranging from vocalization to vigorous movement, resulting in sleep-related injury.
The paper was titled "Trauma Associated Sleep Disorder: A Proposed Parasomnia Encompassing Disruptive Nocturnal Behaviors, Nightmares, and REM without Atonia in Trauma Survivors." He also plans to release another study on the topic in a journal next year.
This list includes various sleep disorders including insomnia, sleep apnea, narcolepsy, circadian rhythm sleep-wake disorders, parasomnia, and many more.
This is the most common type of parasomnia observed in children.
En este trastorno del sueno (parasomnia) se presenta falta de tono muscular, con movimientos bruscos, provocados por suenos violentos en los que el paciente se siente amenazado o atacado, por lo que reacciona con movimientos defensivos o de ataque, como escribieron ambos genios de la literatura.
c) non-rapid eye movement (NREM) sleep arousal disorder/NREM parasomnia