There are many different specific conditions that fall into the category of circadian rhythm sleep-wake disorders. Some of these include sleep-wake phase, advanced-sleep wake phase and irregular sleep-wake rhythm.
Circadian sleep-wake disorders broadly refer to disorders in which a person has sleep patterns and sleep times that aren’t considered normal. Someone with circadian sleep-wake disorders won’t sleep at the times of night most people do.
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Circadian Rhythm Sleep-Wake Disorder Statistics
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