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    1. JoJotaur

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      Circadian Rhythm and Blues: The Interface of Depression with Sleep and Dreams Part II Three R's for depression: Restoring rhythm, repose, REM. Posted May 19,
    2. Fenrikora

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      Circadian rhythm disorders are usually defined by a mismatch between the circadian clock cycle and what your cycle demonstrates. For example, if you go to bed at 2 or 3 in the morning and can't get up until 10 or 11 a.m. the next day, that's a delayed sleep phase syndrome, a disorder that often manifests with daytime sleepiness and insomnia.
    3. Malataur

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      Circadian Rhythm Disorder is a sleep condition in which a person’s internal clock does not align with day and night or with their social or work life demands. There are five recognized subtypes of Circadian Rhythm Disorder, and some of these can be more devastating than others.
    4. Kijas

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      Oct 22,  · Rachel Salas, M.D., Johns Hopkins neurology sleep specialist and assistant medical director practicing at the Johns Hopkins Center for Sleep at Howard County.
    5. Akikasa

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      Having a circadian rhythm sleep disorder is similar to having permanent jet lag – a misalignment between the body clock, the local clock time and the light/dark cycle. This leads to problems in falling asleep when we want to, staying asleep and feeling fully .
    6. Vugul

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      The first study to describe conclusively that circadian rhythm disorders per se occurred in the blind was conducted by Miles et al In 53 They showed that a blind man with no conscious perception of light (NPL) had nonentrained “free-running” sleep-wake, temperature, alertness, performance, Cortisol and urinary excretion rhythms with a.
    7. Kigam

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      circadian rhythm sleep disorders A. There is a persistent or recurrent pattern of sleep disturbance due primarily to one of the following: i. Alterations of the circadian time keeping system ii. Misalignment between the endogenous circadian rhythm and exogenous factors that .
    8. Metaxe

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      Delayed Sleep-Wake Phase This circadian rhythm disorder is a sleep pattern that is delayed by two or more hours so that a person goes to sleep later at night and sleeps later in the morning. MORE>> Advanced Sleep-Wake Phase This circadian disorder causes people to fall asleep several hours before a normal bedtime and wake up hours earlier than most people wake in the morning.
    9. Fekus

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      occurs when organism is forced into a day length that si beyond the range of entrainment (so, sleep-wake cycle follows the enforced environmental day, but other rhythms, such as core body temperature and melatonin rhythms, continue to oscillate with a period of about 24 hrs.

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