Blindness and Non-24-Hour Sleep Wake Disorder . Poor quality or quantity of sleep is a common complaint, especially in blind individuals with no light perception ... Down
obesity, insomnia, depression, and heavy coat; and minor improvement in vision. SARDS CASE REPORT #2 ... blindness and continuing for a period of up to a year or more ... Down
Complete blindness generally results in the loss of synchronization of circadian rhythms to the 24-hour day and in recurrent insomnia. However, ... Down
Complete blindness generally results in the loss of synchronization of circadian rhythms to the 24-hour day and in recurrent insomnia. However,www.nejm.org/doi/pdf/10.1056/NEJM199501053320102
Blindness, Fear of Sight Loss, and Suicide ... symptoms, such as insomnia, loss of appetite, social with-drawal, loss of self-esteem, crying, and suicidal ideation,www.eyefreedom.com/suicide_paper.pdf
Insomnia in childhood ... blindness. (4) Neurological conditions associated with insomnia: (a) mental retardation, (b) cerebral palsy, (c) autistic spectrum disorders,xa.yimg.com/kq/groups/25499742/1785620268/name/insomnia+in...
• Blindness • Psychiatric disorders • Shift-work • Transmeridian travel • Sleep phase insomnia is a continuum. Lockley, unpublished • Delayed sleep phase typesleepresourcefoundation.org/...Circadian...Insomnia_S_Lockley_PHD.pdf