Most of you may not have insomnia at all it is "Delayed sleep phase disorder"
The syndrome usually develops in early childhood or adolescence. An adolescent version may disappear in late adolescence or early adulthood; otherwise, DSPD is a lifelong condition. Prevalence among adults, equally distributed among women and men, is around 0.15%, or three in 2,000. Prevalence among adolescents is as much as 7–16%.
Affected people often report that while they do not get to sleep until the early morning, they do fall asleep around the same time every day. Patients can sleep well and have a normal need for sleep. However, they find it very difficult to wake up in time for a typical school or work day. If they are allowed to follow their own schedules, e.g. sleeping from 3:00 am to 12:00 noon, their sleep is improved and they may not experience excessive daytime sleepiness.
Last edited by Dee74; 05-09-2017 at 04:24 PM.
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