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Sleep Drunkenness

Sleep Drunkenness

  1. If within the first few hours of falling asleep, you suddenly wake up from a deep sleep and are in a confused state, you may have sleep drunkenness.
  2. Also called confusional arousals, sleep drunkenness is a sleep disorder that bypasses the inertia phase.
  3. An episode may last for up to 30 to 40 minutes . You may not even remember it occurred when you wake up to start the day.

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