Jet lag: Most commonly experiences
circadian problem which occurs when a person travels across several time
zones. The person involved may experience insomnia, daytime sleepiness,
indigestion, irritability, and poor concentration
Delayed sleep phase syndrome (DSPS):
This is a condition when a person is not able to fall asleep until 2:00 or
3:00 a.m. and has trouble and waking up for work and school. This is more
common in young adults.
Advanced sleep phase syndrome (ASPS):
This is more common in older adults. They get sleepy in the early afternoon
and evening and often wake up too early and cannot go back to sleep.
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