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Do you work a night shift job?
By DSPD, you mean delayed sleep phase disorder?
I see. What makes you concerned about DSPD? is it the fact that you sleep peculiar hours, or some other feature of the sleep itself?
Thank you for the information. Have you talked to your doctor about Provigil? or Methylphenidate?
not life threatening effects, for someone who is other wise healthy. Do you have other chronic medical concerns?
of course, there are risks and benefits to any medical treatment. but if you find that you can't work, that may also be a pressing concern.
Those are two medication options for people who may have disordered circadian rhythms. One other possibility is what's called Seasonal Affective Disorder. Many times people feel sad or anxious with this disorder, but sometimes they can feel unusual fatigue.
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