Very few if any people can claim that they have never suffered from sleep related disorders. At sometime or other everybody suffers a few sleepless nights, be it over worry for an exam, or over a dear one recuperating in a hospital. Stress is one of the chief factors for the occurrence of deep sleep disorder.
A very worrisome aspect of fibromyalgia sleep disorder is that when a person suffers from alpha EEG anomaly, which is a symptom of fibromyalgia sleep disorder, they will find their sleep being affected adversely. This results in having insufficient sleep at night. Alpha EEG anomaly takes place when the brain, which should be resting while the person is sleeping, suddenly experiences extreme bursts of activity and this activity is measured as alpha waves on an EEG machine.
Normally deep sleep disorders are caused by faulty genes and are hereditary. If you find that you are continuously unable to sleep at night, you find it impossible to concentrate on any particular topic and you are highly irritable. Sleep apnea may have some detrimental effects on the sleep patterns of the person and may even cause a person who is severely suffering from sleep apnea to wake up hundreds of times during one night.
Insomnia is an affliction that is more often that not chronic. Most of the time its triggered by something stressful, such as a discussion with your spouse, a change in the bedroom or house, the threat of losing your job, just to name a few examples. Theres no end to the sources of stress. Sometimes this is just a transitory phase, but sometimes this becomes chronic insomnia. Even though there are natural means of controlling fibromyalgia sleep disorders, in many cases some extra help may be required. Though not recommended on a regular basis, sleeping pills may be used to get some much-needed rest once in a while.
A very controversial drug that has been recommended as a cure for fibromyalgia sleep disorders is GHB. This drug may be effective, but does not always get the doctors nod; nevertheless it may be worth trying out to ease fibromyalgia symptoms. Toddlers are also prone to have Disorders of Initiating and Maintaining Sleep, or DIMS for short, and this involves the infant having trouble with coping with autonomous actions and can include wanting to drink a lot of water or needing to hear many bedtime stories, in order to go back to sleep again.