Les troubles du comportement alimentaire génèrent des troubles de sommeil !

Eating disorders generate sleep troubles!

Bulimia or anorexia nervosa significantly interfere with sleep. In fact, most people with eating disorders suffer also from sleep disorders. According to statistics, about one patient (bulimic or anorexic) out of every two at least has sleep disorders.

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Ne pas réveiller un somnambule est plus nocif que de le réveiller !

Not waking up a sleepwalker is more harmful than not!

Sleepwalking is more common in children than in adults, this sleep disorder is more likely to occur when one is deprived of sleep. The urban legend says that waking a sleepwalker can trigger a heart attack, which is a misconception, because if you wake a sleepwalker, what happens is exactly the same as you wake […]

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Certaines personnes ont des horloges internes de plus de 24 heures !

Some people have internal clocks with more than 24 hours!

This is called the free-running or Non-24-hour sleep–wake disorder ( non-24 or hypernycthéméral) syndrome, a disorder that causes a chronic sleep trouble provoking a delay or an advance of 1 to 2 hours of the biological clock each day. Because of this disorder, the circadian clock no longer coincides with the cycle of the day […]

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