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22 Possible Causes for Excessive Dreaming, Nocturnal Awakening

  • Anxiety Disorder

    Performing excessive and repetitive cleaning and rearranging things and objects around you. Breaking into a sweat before a big match.[] Repeated flashbacks, dreams and subsequent worry following exposure to an extremely traumatic event in the past. Maintaining hygiene personally and in your surroundings.[]

  • Nocturnal Hypoglycemia

    (HealthDay News) — Nocturnal hypoglycemia is associated with reduced awakening response, according to a study published online in Diabetes Care.[] CONCLUSIONS: Nocturnal hypoglycemia in patients with type 2 diabetes caused a decrease in awakening response in the 4-8-h period following the event.[] These findings underscore the risks associated with nocturnal hypoglycemia because nocturnal hypoglycemia potentially affects the patient's ability to wake up and respond[]

  • Night Terrors

    […] need for sleep and stress. [ 4 ] Nightmare disorder [ 5 ] This is synonymous with dream-anxiety attacks.[] It is rare for it to cause excessive daytime somnolence. It is often associated with neurodegenerative disorders.[] If the patient wakes up then this occurs quickly and they are usually immediately lucid and oriented, with complete recall of the dream and with subsequent normal behaviour[]

  • Abuse and Neglect

    Abstract This study examined the elder abuse cases that occurred in Gifu Prefecture, Japan between 1990 and 2000. We conducted a retrospective study of all the cases in which the victim was 65 years or older and autopsied in the Department of Legal Medicine, Gifu University School of Medicine. Fifteen victims[…][]

  • Insomnia

    Thus, the presence of a long sleep latency, frequent nocturnal awakenings, or prolonged periods of wakefulness during the sleep period or even frequent transient arousals[] […] mess in darkness No electricity, something's all over me, greasy Insomnia, please release me And let me dream of making mad love to my girl on the heath Tearing off tights[] Insomniacs should adhere to a regular awakening time and avoid naps regardless of the amount of nocturnal sleep.[]

  • Restless Legs Syndrome

    As a result, they have difficulty falling asleep, repeated nocturnal awakenings, or both. Symptoms may be worsened by stress.[] dreams, or acting-out of dreams, taking medications such as those for RLS can sometimes be helpful.[] […] is characterized by awakening in the middle of the night, getting out of bed, and consuming large quantities of food quickly and uncontrollably.[]

  • Chronic Alcoholism

    One day such implanted electrodes might let us log and play back our thoughts and dreams. How much can the brain recover from years of excessive alcohol consumption?[]

  • Narcolepsy

    awakenings (WMD -1.33; 95% CI -1.78/-0.88, p 0.00001), daytime sleep attacks on a weekly basis (WMD -9.30; 95% CI -15.92/-2.68, p 0.006), subjective daytime sleepiness (WMD[] dreaming and waking in the night – dreams often come as you fall asleep (hypnogogic hallucinations) or just before or during waking (hypnopompic hallucinations) Narcolepsy[] Frequent sleep-wake transitions were identified in nocturnal sleep with all sleep stages switching to wakefulness, with more awakenings and time spent in wakefulness after[]

  • Parasomnia

    NES is characterized by consumption of excessive amounts of food either before bed or during nocturnal awakenings.[] Patients do not remember dreaming after awakening or the following morning and usually do not remember the episode.[] […] that cause arousals during sleep (eg, caffeine, other stimulant drugs and substances, behaviors that disrupt sleep) or that enhance N3 sleep (eg, prior sleep deprivation, excessive[]

  • Narcolepsy-Cataplexy Syndrome

    A subgroup of patients (about 1/3), especially among those with narcolepsy type 1, have disrupted nocturnal sleep with many short awakenings.[] Sleepiness, vivid dreaming, and excessive movements during REM sleep are early symptoms.[] […] complaints such as blurred vision, double vision, or droopy eyelids Other signs and symptoms include: Disturbed nocturnal sleep with frequent awakenings and increased body[]

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