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Sleep disorders are divided into four categories, Primary Sleep Disorders, Sleep Disorder Due to a General Medical Condition, Sleep Disorder Related to Another Mental Disorder, and Substance-Induced Sleep Disorder. Primary Sleep Disorders consist of two subtypes, Dyssomnias and Parasomnias. Dyssomnias is characterized by problems in getting the right amount of sleep, in the quality of sleep, and in the time sleep takes place. Parasomnias is characterized by problems in behavioral or the physiological aspect of sleep. Sleep Disorders Due to a General Medical Condition is characterized disturbance in sleep as a directed result of a general medical condition. Sleep Disorder Related to Another Mental Disorder is characterized prominent disturbance in sleep as a directed result of a diagnosable mental disorder, other then Mood Disorder or Anxiety Disorder. The disturbance most be sufficiently severe. Substance-Induced Sleep Disorder is characterized prominent disturbance in sleep as a directed result of a substance.
Breathing-Related Sleep Disorder.
Circadian Rhythm Sleep Disorder.
Dyssomnias Not Otherwise Specified. ( NOS )
Insomnia Related to Another Mental Disorder.
Nightmare Disorder ( Dream Anxiety Disorder )
Primary Sleep Disorders:
Sleep Disorder Due to a General Medical Condition.
Sleep Disorder Related to Another Mental Disorder.
Sleep Terror Disorder.
Substance-Induced Sleep Disorder.
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