sleep disorder

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a disturbance of the normal sleep pattern

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Major finding: Thirty-six percent of college students screened positive for a sleeping disorder, and 20% reported frequent symptoms of sadness and anxiety.
The field of sleeping disorders is in need of greater study, Dr.
Experts estimate that more than 50 per cent of the UAE population suffers from at least one or more sleeping disorders, mirroring the global average in developing countries.
The text, graphs, tables, and appendices provide all of the necessary information in one book to assess sleeping disorders in children.
The device and analysis that goes with it was invented by Mr Mike Hilton, mathematics in medicine initiative fellow at Warwick University, and takes just 20 minutes to diagnose sleeping disorders.