Analysis of sleepiness in adolescents by the pediatric daytime sleepiness scale: a systematic review.

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hypersomnia 3 sleepmedicinediseases
sleep disorder 6 sleepmedicinediseases

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hypersomnia 14460 (depression, anxiety, epilepsy, among others), the use of psychoactive substances and the presence of primary hypersomnia .[48] In addition to these, other factors that could contribute to this variable, such as sedentary behavior
hypersomnia 14862 and 4% in men; central sleep apnea syndrome; narcolepsy - 0.02-0.18% of the population; idiopathic hypersomnia - 10% of patients suspected of narcolepsy; inadequate sleep hygiene; restless legs syndrome (REM sleep
hypersomnia 15314 excessive daytime sleepiness is MSLT, which is used for the diagnosis of narcolepsy and idiopathic hypersomnia . However, because it is a high-cost test, subjective evaluations are usually performed through questionnaires
sleep disorder 1824 variables in addition to daytime sleepiness, such as: sleep duration, sleep quality, sleep hygiene or sleep disorder s (narcolepsy and cataplexy), respiratory disorders, neurological and developmental disorders.Conclusions:
sleep disorder 11154 hyperactivity disorder.Most of the studies used PDSS as an instrument to assess sleepiness related to sleep disorder s (respiratory, neurological, and developmental disorders) and to assess sleepiness side effect monitoring
sleep disorder 12609 to daytime sleepiness, other sleep variables such as sleep duration, sleep quality, sleep hygiene or sleep disorder s. In contrast, sleep disorders (narcolepsy and cataplexy) were the most prominent in comparison to respiratory
sleep disorder 12639 sleep variables such as sleep duration, sleep quality, sleep hygiene or sleep disorders. In contrast, sleep disorder s (narcolepsy and cataplexy) were the most prominent in comparison to respiratory diseases (breathing
sleep disorder 14667 sedentary behavior and physical fitness, require further study. Among the pathological causes and primary sleep disorder s are: obstructive sleep apnea syndrome (OSAS) - with a prevalence of 2% in women and 4% in men; central
sleep disorder 20084 with daytime sleepiness in the investigated literature were the short sleep duration, occurrence of sleep disorder s and, therefore, poor school performance. Despite limitations in the literature, such as the scarcity

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