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Sleeping Disorders

Sleeping Disorders

Sleeping disorders are sleeping problems that affect the quality and amount of sleep of a person. It can disturb the daily routines of a person and make tasks difficult. In this blog, we have explained some of these disorders.


Insomnia is a common sleeping disorder that can create difficulties for you in falling asleep, staying asleep, and getting the sleep of good quality. It can happen even if you have the right environment and enough time to sleep. You may feel sleepy all day long due to this sleeping disorder.

Obstructive Sleep Apnoea

Obstructive sleep apnoea, OSA in short, is a common sleeping disorder where the walls of the throat relax and narrow. This disturbs normal breathing and interrupts sleeping regularly. Some most notable symptoms of OSA include loud snoring, awakening with a dry mouth, headache in the morning, etc.

Restless Legs Syndrome

Restless legs syndrome, or simply RLS, is a sleeping disorder that causes an uncontrollable urge to move your legs. This usually happens due to an uncomfortable sensation. People with RSL may temporarily feel comfortable after moving their legs.


Narcolepsy is a type of sleeping disorder that can make people feel sleepy during the day. People with narcolepsy may find it very difficult to stay awake for a long time and may sleep suddenly. It usually happens in people having an age between 7 to 25, however, it is not necessary as can happen at any age.


It is a sleeping disorder in which you grind, gnashes, and clench your teeth. You may clench your teeth unconsciously if you have this sleeping disorder. While sleeping, you may grind and clench your teeth. This sleeping is often found in people with anger, frustration, or pain. Stress, anxiety, snoring, sleep apnoea, and certain medicines are also linked with bruxism.
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