Waking Up Tired? How to Spot a Sleep Disorder


"Not everybody who's sleepy is falling asleep behind the wheel" (:40)
Poor memory, loss of concentration, and irritability can all be signs of a sleep problem, says David Schulman, MD.

You don't need to lie awake all night—or be falling asleep in public—to have a sleep disorder, says David Schulman, MD, director of the Emory Sleep Disorders Laboratory in Atlanta. In this video, Dr. Schulman explains common sleep misconceptions, and how to tell whether you should see a doctor.

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