FAQ: Hyposomnia

Hypersomnia causes a person to be excessively sleepy. They may fall asleep at any time. This can be dangerous if at work or while driving. They may also have other sleep-related difficulties, a lack of energy and trouble thinking clearly.

Sleep Apnoea and insomnia are other causes of excessive tiredness.

Narcolepsy is a rare neurological condition caused by a protein in the brain. It is characterised by excessive daytime sleepiness, perhaps accompanied by catalepsy

Catalepsy is where you lose control of your muscles and can fall asleep or suddenly realising that you have no memory of what you have just been doing.  It is a chronic long-term condition.

Sufferers may also experience hallucinations and sleep paralysis.

How we can help

If you are suffering from Hypersomnia, I can help you reduce your tiredness with therapy and exercises.  Therapy can also help you to notice the onset of sudden sleepiness.  I can also help you to come to terms with your condition so that it is easier to live with.

If you would like more information or would like to talk to someone, do get in touch.  I offer a free initial 30-minute telephone / online consultation.