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Parasomnia, & Disruptive Sleep Disorders
Parasomnias & Disruptive Sleep Disorders
What is a Parasomnia?
Parasomnias are disturbing sleep disorders that involve abnormal, unpleasant and often frightful physical events or experiences that disrupt sleep.
A parasomnia can occur before falling asleep, during sleep or while waking. If you have a Parasomnia, you’ll experience abnormal and often violent movements, accompanied by extreme fear.
Parasomnias are grouped by the stage of sleep in which they occur. There are two main stages of sleep – Rapid Eye Movement & Non-Rapid Eye Movement.
Certain Parasomnias occur in the first half of the night, during Non-Rapid Eye Movement sleep. Others happen later in the night, during REM sleep.
Parasomnias may cause you to twitch, move around, talk, or do other disturbing things while asleep. Others might think you’re completely awake, but you’re actually totally unconscious. Typically, it won’t be possible to recall the incident.
While Parasomnias are fairly common, they definitely turn getting restful sleep into an arduous task. The unusual sleep behaviors will also disrupt the sleep of other people in your home.
Furthermore, some Parasomnias can be incredibly hazardous due to being completely unaware of your surroundings. They also have negative health-related side effects, such as psychological distress.
Identify and remove the Psychological & Supernatural interferences that negatively impact your health, demeanor and family
RESTLESS LEGS SYNDROME
Restless Legs Syndrome (RLS), also known as Willis-Ekbom Disease, is a sleep disorder known for its incredibly intense urges for one to move their legs, as well as their arms and body. Those suffering from RLS describe it as a pulling, aching, creeping, throbbing, tugging, itching, burning or crawling sensation.
These episodes normally occur while lying down in bed or when sitting for an extended period of time, such as while driving or while at a show/theatre.
RLS commonly arises in the evening, making it quite a challenge for one to fall asleep. People with RLS will often move around, shaking their legs, or arms, to help alleviate the feelings of discomfort.
Sleepwalking, also known as Somnambulism, is when you walk around while you’re asleep. It’s a common Parasomnia. It can also include sleep talking or doing normal daily activities around the house.
Normally, Sleepwalking occurs in the early stages of sleep. It has even been known to happen during daytime naps.
Night Terrors, also called Sleep Terrors, cause one to abruptly wake up overcome with fear – screaming, thrashing uncontrollably, frantically pacing. This state of terror can last anywhere from 30 seconds up to 15 minutes.
Night Terrors are true to their name, for both the person suffering and for anyone else around during the event.
Most won’t remember anything about their episode the following morning. In certain cases, Night Terrors mix with sleepwalking.
Night Terrors are also associated with:
- Chronic Fatigue
- Elevated Heart Rate
- Night Sweats
- Anger & Irritability
Unlike Nightmares, Night Terrors involve little to no dream activity and typically occur in Non-REM sleep.
REM SLEEP BEHAVIOR DISORDER
Those with REM Sleep Behavior Disorder (RBD), will have vivid, often disturbing dreams & act them out while in deep REM sleep.
It differs from Sleep Terrors & Sleepwalking when the affected person is often confused. With RBD, one tends to wake up easily, remembering their dream.
Common observable RBD behaviors include:
- Grabbing / Squeezing
- Punching / Kicking
- Angry Shouting
- Thrashing & Flailing
Nightmare disorder is a sleep disorder characterized by frequent disturbing dreams.
The Nightmares – often portraying the individual in a situation of distress – generally occur during the REM stages of sleep, when you’re more likely to dream.
Those afflicted with this Disorder can experience multiple Nightmares in a single night.
This Parasomnia can make it almost impossible to fall back asleep.
Sleep Paralysis is the sensation of being conscious yet unable to move. Occurring when one passes between the stages of wakefulness and sleep.
During these transitions, one becomes unable to move or speak. This frightening state may last for mere seconds to a few minutes. Some people also notice pressure or a feeling of being choked.
Sleep Paralysis can accompany other sleep disorders, mainly Narcolepsy.
Narcolepsy is an overpowering desire to sleep due to a problem with the brain’s ability to regulate sleep.
Aside from the many abnormal sleep behaviors, Parasomnia can also cause other worrisome conditions. Additionally, you may experience:
- Sleep Anxiety
- Emotional & Physical Distress
- Chronic Fatigue & Exhaustion
- Mood Issues & Irritability
- Headaches & Migraines
Parasomnia can make it difficult to get quality rest. Lack of sleep also increases the risk of accidents and other health relates issues.
Fortunately, certain Parasomnias are very treatable, so it is therefore imperative to your well-being that you seek assistance and guidance for any abnormal sleep behaviors.
Psychosomatix offers Parasomnia Treatment that is tailored to each individual case.
This is a natural and holistic self-therapeutic approach for the least toxic method of treating parasomnias.
The ultimate goal is for you to get the restful and peaceful sleep you deserve without having to resort to using sedatives or sleeping pills.
Parasomnia Treatment is always based upon resolving the individual’s root issue.
One frequent cause of developing a Parasomnia is Sleep Deprivation (quantity & quality of sleep). This can be remedied by identifying and eliminating the underlying causes of the Disrupted Sleep/Insomnia.
Other Parasomnia related disorders
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