Sleep Fragmentation:

A common symptom of several other sleep disorders. Interrupted sleep, periods of wakefulness, and not achieving deep sleep are all classed as sleep fragmentation.

Narcolepsy:

A disorder that causes excessive daytime sleepiness and, in some cases, causes muscle weakness, hallucinations and occasionally, sleep paralysis.

Insomnia:

Insomnia:
Typically characterised by the inability to fall or stay asleep, sufferers may also find it difficult to achieve good-quality sleep.

Restless Leg Syndrome:

This condition can cause uncomfortable sensations on the legs and feet and an uncontrollable urge to move or fidget.

Parasomnias:

Sleepwalking, REM sleep-behaviour disorder, nightmares and night terrors are all part of a group called parasomnias. Typically, these are conditions that cause abnormal movement or actions whilst sleeping.

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