Non-24-hour sleep-wake disorder: Revision history

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5 February 2023

  • curprev 14:1914:19, 5 February 2023Prab talk contribs 399 bytes +399 Created page with "Non-24-hour sleep-wake disorder (Non-24) is a condition in which a person's circadian rhythm is not in sync with the 24-hour day-night cycle. This can result in a pattern of disrupted sleep and wakefulness, leading to sleep deprivation and related problems. Non-24 is most common in people who are blind, as they lack the cues from light that help regulate the circadian rhythm. {{slumber}} {{stub}}"