Parasomnia

Parasomnias are a category of sleep disorders that involve abnormal movements, behaviors, emotions, perceptions, and dreams that occur while falling asleep, sleeping, between sleep stages, or during arousal from sleep. Most parasomnias are dissociated sleep states which are partial arousals during the transitions between wakefulness and NREM sleep...
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parasomnia

(par″ә-som┬┤ne-ә) a category of primary sleep disorders in which abnormal events occur during sleep because of activation of physiological systems at inappropriate times. Included are nightmare disorder, sleep terror disorder, and sleepwalking disorder. See also dyssomnia.
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Parasomnia

Abnormal behavior or physiological events occurring during sleep or sleep-wake transitions.
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parasomnia

An abnormal disruption of sleep, such as sleep walking, sleep talking, nightmares, bedwetting, sleep apnea (problems with breathing that cause loud snoring), or nighttime seizures.
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parasomnia

Any dysfunction associated with sleep, e.g., somnabulism, pavor nocturnus, enureseis, or nocturnal seizures. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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parasomnia

parasomnia Any dysfunction associated with sleep, e.g., somnabulism, pavor nocturnus, enureseis, or nocturnal seizures.
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Parasomnia

Parasomnia: A sleep disorder in which odd or dangerous events occur that intrude on sleep. The parasomnias include sleep talking, sleepwalking (somnambulism), sleep terrors, REM behavior disorder, and nocturnal dissociative disorder. Sleep talking may range from a word or two to an entire speech of which the sleep talker has no recollection; it is ...
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parasomnia

Type: Term Pronunciation: par′ă-som′nē-ă Definitions: 1. Any dysfunction associated with sleep, somnabulism, pavor nocturnus, enuresis, or nocturnal seizures.
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