Some sleep disorder indicators:
If you have any 2 or more of these symptoms, you may have a sleep disorder.
- Loud, chronic snoring
- Frequent pauses in breathing during sleep
- Decreased productivity
- Lack of energy
- Exhaustion during the day
- Irritability and depression
- Gasping, snoring, or choking during sleep
- Feeling restless and unrefreshed after waking up
- Feeling sleepy during the day
- Waking up with shortness of breath chest pains, nasal congestion, or a dry throat.
- Headaches, while waking up or throughout the day
- Difficulty falling asleep at night or getting back to sleep after waking during the night
- Waking up frequently throughout the night
- You need to take something sleep aids such as supplements, medication to fall asleep
- Seeing or hearing things when you’re drowsy or starting to dream before you’re fully asleep
- Suddenly feeling weak or losing control of your muscles when you’re laughing, angry, or experiencing other strong emotions
- Dreaming right away after going to sleep or having intense dreams
- Feeling paralyzed and unable to move when you’re waking up or dozing off
- Uncomfortable sensations deep within the legs, accompanied by a strong urge to move them.
- The leg sensations are triggered by rest and get worse at night
- The uncomfortable sensations temporarily get better when you move, stretch, or massage your legs
- Repetitive cramping or jerking of the legs during sleep
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