orry, stress, noisy neighbours and snoring partners – all can keep us awake at night. It’s no surprise, but if you do find yourself unable to nod off, spare a thought for the thousands blighted by rare, bizarre, and even sinister-seeming sleep disorders.
Its not just about sleep-walking – although this in itself can be hugely problematic when people start getting into cars and driving, or clambering out of windows in ten-storey buildings.
Types of Sleep Disorders
There can be different causes of sleep Disorders, like heart disease, depression, anxiety, medicines, genetics, while sometimes the cause is unknown.
From a syndrome that keeps a person drowsy all day and night to one that may keep you screaming through your snoozes, here you’ll find some of the spookiest syndromes of the night.