The primary sleep disorders include disturbance of breathing, frequent limb movements, difficulty getting to sleep (or staying asleep), and excessive daytime sleepiness. In our busy lives, sleep is often treated as an inconvenient necessity, something that can be borrowed from to make room for increasing activities. The treatment of sleep disorders requires a systematic, multidisciplinary approach to optimize sleep quality and daytime functioning.
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