An inquest at Heywood Coroner's Court heard that Laura, from Heywood, suffered from parasomnia
- a disorder that caused her to walk and talk in her sleep.
The paper was titled "Trauma Associated Sleep Disorder: A Proposed Parasomnia
Encompassing Disruptive Nocturnal Behaviors, Nightmares, and REM without Atonia in Trauma Survivors.
This is the most common type of parasomnia
observed in children.
They found that daytime sleepiness was often caused by sleep disruptions in the latter part of the night, sleep-related breathing problems, or parasomnia
(abnormal sleep behaviors) that are often the result of excessive drinking.
c) non-rapid eye movement (NREM) sleep arousal disorder/NREM parasomnia
The 'snapping of the brain, a novel remark for the phenomenon called exploding head syndrome (EHS), is clinically appreciated as a very unusual and benign sensory parasomnia
of diverse symptoms, which predominantly includes momentary loud noises of sudden onset that often results in sleep disturbance, sleep fragmentation, and insomnia.
, common among kids, is not generally harmful but care must be taken to prevent accidents
She was referred to the Sleep Clinic at Birmingham Heartlands Hospital, who diagnosed her with parasomnia
, a disorder involving odd behaviour at night.
However, PSG provides valuable information for determination of additional sleep disturbances like OSAS, differential diagnosis of parasomnia
or for assessment of the correlation of subjective findings.
Chronic behavioral disorders of human REM sleep: a new category of parasomnia
There are more than 80 different sleep disorders that fall into a number of categories with the three primary ones being insomnia, hypersomnia, and parasomnia
is defined as the occurrence of involuntary abnormal behaviors, physical activities, and signs of autonomic stimulation while transition to sleep or continuation of sleep (I).