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Narcolepsy with cataplexy [ 4849 ] requires the documentation of a definite history of cataplexy or the documentation of a cerebrospinal fluid hypocretin level less than one third of control values.
Insomnia not due to a substance or known physiological condition, unspecified. Cataplexy or other diagnostic features of narcolepsy are not present. Central apnea syndromes [ 2425 ] include those in which respiratory effort is diminished or absent in an intermittent or cyclical fashion as a result of central nervous system dysfunction. Narcolepsy due to medical condition [ 5253 ].
REM sleep behavior disorder including parasomnia overlap disorder and status dissociatus [ 9293 ]. Diagnoses and procedures are listed and coded on three main “axes. A multicenter study of sleep wake rhythm disorders: Chronic paroxysmal hemicrania, hypnic headache, or cluster headaches can all occur during sleep. Circadian rhythm sleep disorders due to a medical condition [ 8283 ] is related to an underlying primary medical or neurological disorder.
Clinical, neurophysiologic, and neuroradiologic findings. The free running type [ 7677 ], or non-trained type formerly known as the nonh sleep—wake syndromeoccurs because there is a lack of entrainment to the h period, and the sleep pattern often follows that of the underlying free-running pacemaker with a sequential shift in the daily sleep pattern. Noise, lighting, or other factors can predispose an individual to developing this disorder.
It is not uncommon for several parasomnias to occur in 1 patient. Predictors of nocturnal oxyhemoglobin desaturation in COPD. Polysomnographic study of sleeplessness and oneiricisms in the alcohol withdrawal syndrome. Sudden bodily jerks on falling asleep. Sleep related rhythmic movement disorder  is a stereotyped, repetitive rhythmic motor behavior that occurs during drowsiness or light sleep and results in large movements of the head, body, or limbs.
Classification of sleep disorders Chronotypes Noise health effects Polysomnography Polysomnographic technician Reversed vegetative symptoms Sleep hygiene Sleep medicine Sleep study Sundowning dementia White noise machine.
Recurrent hypersomnia [ 5455 ], also known as periodic hypersomnia is comprised of 2 subtypes: Idiopathic insomnia [ 1011 ]. Shift work type [ 8081 ] is characterized by complaints of insomnia or excessive sleepiness that occurs in relation to work hours being scheduled during the usual sleep period.
Persistent psychophysiological learned insomnia. Manni R, Ghiotto N. Sleep and neuromuscular disease: Sleep Med Rev Delayed sleep phase syndrome: Hypersomnia due to a drug or substance [ 64 — 67 ] is diagnosed when the complaint is believed to be secondary to current or past use of drugs.
Guilleminault C, Brooks SN. Autonomic nervous system changes and skeletal muscle activity are the predominant features.
Whether narcolepsy without cataplexy is the same disorder as narcolepsy with cataplexy, or if it is a disorder based on an entirely different pathophysiology is not clear. A review of the literature on sleep related disorders and abnormal sexual behaviors and experiences. Review of the effect of aircraft noise on sleep disturbance in adults.
Classification of Sleep Disorders
The obstructive sleep apnea syndromes include those in which there is an obstruction in the airway resulting in increased breathing effort and inadequate ventilation. The parasomnias are undesirable physical or experiential events that accompany sleep. The hypoventilation begins in infancy and it is worse in sleep than in wakefulness.
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Other central sleep apnea forms are associated with underlying pathologic or environmental causes, such as Cheyne-Stokes breathing pattern [ 2627 ] or high-altitude periodic breathing [ 2829 ]. The circadian rhythm sleep disorders have a specific diagnostic category because they share a common underlying chronophysiologic basis. Excessive fragmentary myoclonus  is described as small muscle twitches in the fingers, toes, or the corner of the mouth that do not cause actual movements across a joint.
Short sleeper [ ]. J Clin Sleep Med ;1: Sleep-related groaning catathrenia  is an unusual disorder in which there is a chronic, often nightly, expiratory groaning that occurs during sleep. Excessive daytime sleepiness associated with insufficient sleep.
In addition, there are 13 diagnostic items listed in the appendices that include sleep disorders associated with disorders classified elsewhere, and psychiatric disorders frequently encountered in the differential diagnosis of sleep disorders.
Cardiopulmonary hemodynamics during sleep in subjects with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease: Sleep-Related Breathing Disorders Disordered ventilation during sleep is the characteristic feature of the disorders in this article. If the setting of limits is a function of the caretaker, then the sleep disorder is more appropriately diagnosed as a limit-setting sleep disorder.
J Nerv Ment Dis. Ventilatory control and carbon dioxide response in preterm infants with idiopathic apnea. Circadian Rhythm Sleep Disorders The circadian rhythm sleep disorders have a specific diagnostic category because they share a common underlying chronophysiologic basis.
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