Hypersomnia

What is Hypersomnia?

A condition in which sleep periods are excessively long, but the person responds normally in the intervals; distinguished from somnolence.

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Hello I have neurocardiogenic syncope and now I am having slleping problem. I did a sleep study and was dig with Hypersomnia unspecified I was...

doctor1 MD

Hello,

Another treatment option would be Modafinil. But, I recommend performing a polysomnogram in order to diagnose better your sleeping problems....

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Hi,

I have a question regarding Modafinil which I have had prescribed to me by a Doctor for my hyper insomnia.

However, I forgot to mention to him...

doctor1 MD

Hello Sir,

Welcome to XXXXXXX com!!

Modafinil is a psychostimulant which is used for excessive daytime sleepiness. (I hope indication of use of...

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Hello I have neurocardiogenic syncope and now I am having slleping problem. I did a sleep study and was dig with Hypersomnia unspecified I was...

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