September 25, 2005



One-third of all adult Americans--about 50 million people--complain about their sleep. Some sleep too little, some fitfully, and some too much. Although one-third of our lives is spent asleep, most of us don't know much about sleep, not even our own. We don't even know exactly why we sleep, other than--like an overnight battery recharge--sleep promotes daytime alertness. Sleep problems strongly disturb both sleeping and waking life.

Sleep disorders place an uncalculated, but enormous, burden on the American public. School and job performance, and even everyday social relationships, are also affected. Most sleep disorders, whether caused by physical or mental factors, can be treated or managed effectively once they are properly diagnosed. The sad part is that the majority of sleep disorders go undiagnosed.

Some useful resources to help you out from all kinds of sleep disorders

Posted by: Sleep Disorders at April 12, 2006 1:22 AM

my question is this really signs of bipolar or are children with sleep disorders suffering form something else as it seem they might be overdiagnosed.please reply

Posted by: lippis at April 20, 2006 8:21 PM

my questions is concerning the relationship/cause of restless leg syndrome and bipolar disorder?

Posted by: sue at June 28, 2006 8:21 AM

You would need more information on the child before you could get a ready assumption on that topic.I'll tell you first hand though some of the dreams can be hellish nightmare that can last for days. but in reality only 6 hours has passed from the time you have archived sleep.

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