Sufferers typically go to bed very late and have difficulty getting up in the morning. This sleeping disorder is similar to Jet Lag.
What are Circadian Rhythms? Definition
What are Circadian rhythms? A circadian rhythm is a 24-hour cycle which effects the biological or behavioral functions. Circadian rhythms relate to the internal biological clock that helps coordinate physiological processes related to the 24-hour light/dark cycle. These biological rhythms and the internal "clock" influences when, how much, and how well people sleep.
Alternative Names for Delayed Sleep Phase Syndrome (DSPS)?
Other names or references to Delayed Sleep Phase Syndrome include:
- Delayed sleep-phase disorder (DSPD)
- Delayed sleep-phase type (DSPT)
- Circadian rhythm sleep disorder
Delayed Sleep Phase Syndrome Symptoms
What are the symptoms of Delayed Sleep Phase Syndrome? What are the effects? The symptoms of Delayed Sleep Phase Syndrome include the following:
- Sleep onset insomnia
- Unable to sleep until early in the morning
- Difficult to wake up in the morning
- Excessive daytime sleepiness
Delayed Sleep Phase Syndrome Causes
What are the causes of Delayed Sleep Phase Syndrome? The causes of Delayed Sleep Phase Syndrome may include the following:
- A disorder of the body’s timing system - the biological clock
Delayed Sleep Phase Syndrome Treatment / Remedies / Medication / Cures
What is used as a treatment, remedy, cure or medication for Delayed Sleep Phase Syndrome? The following info is not a substitute for a medical assessment or diagnostic procedure, but serves as a useful guide to help focus future discussions. The Delayed Sleep Phase Syndrome Treatment / Remedies / Medication may include the following:
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