Sleep disorders are a collection of over 90 sleeping conditions that interrupt our regular sleep cycle. In recent studies by the Centre for Disease Control (CDC), more than 75 percent of Americans aged between 20 and 60 have reported having a sleep disorder. In total, more than 70 million Americans suffer from a range of sleep disorders.
Are you experiencing difficulties falling asleep or you can’t manage to stay awake throughout the day? Well, this may be due to stress or a chaotic schedule. But, how do you know if it’s a sleep disorder? If the occasional sleeping problem starts to occur regularly and interrupt your day to day life, it may be a sign of a sleep disorder.
If you suspect that you have a sleep disorder or are experiencing any of the signs that we are going to discuss in this article, you should consult your doctor for a diagnosis and treatment.
In this article, we will take you through the most common signs associated with sleep disorders. Keep reading to learn more and to find out whether you have a reason to raise any concern.
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