The objective of the present study was to analyze the effects of subchronic noise exposure on hypnic
and homeostatic parameters in juvenile rats.
FFI is a hereditary autosomal dominant prion disease, which is mainly characterized by prominent sleep impairment accompanied by a series of neuropsychiatric disorders, dysautonomia, motor dysfunction, and episodes of peculiar oneiric behaviors (oneiric stupor). Irregular breathing, hypnic
jerks, propriospinal myoclonus at the wake-sleep transition, and quasi-purposeful limb gestures are considered to be core features of FFI.
Additionally, there have been reported cases of children with cluster headache and hypnic
headache treated with 4-10 mg of melatonin, who reached optimal results (8).
The two most common disorders in this rubic are chronic tension type headache (CTTH) and transformed migraine other disorders include hemicrania continua new daily persistent headache (NDPH) and various chronic short duration headache such as chronic cluster headache, chronic paroxysmal hemicranias, and hypnic
and respiratory phenotypes of mice were assessed noninvasively with a validated technique based on whole-body plethysmography (WBP) [39, 40].
Polygraphic study of the episodic diurnal and nocturnal (hypnic
and respiratory) manifestations of the Pickwick syndrome.
In the latest beta version of international headache classification hypnic
headache (HH) syndrome, 'alarm clock headache' is regarded as a rare primary headache disorder (2).
headaches are a rare type that occurs in association with sleep.
Effectors function reveals bradyphemia, discontinuous muteness, illiteracy, global hypobulia, anxiety rage episodes, psychomotor agitation, hypnic
disorders represented by mixed insomnia.
The results have been contradictory in the evaluated population with episodic migraine, cluster headache, hypnic
headache, TTH and cervicogenic headache.
As the attacks developed exclusively during sleep and showed an excellent response to lithium, hypnic
headache (HH) comprises the most important differential diagnosis.
These sudden muscle contractions are called "hypnic