Every person sleeps but not all sleep equally. Furthermore, many are on similar sleep-wake cycles. Most people go to bed somewhere around 10 or 11 at night and wake at 6 or 7 in the morning. However, a small percentage of people are not on that schedule; some are not really on any kind of schedule. These people are subjected to shift work, jet lag, and other factors that knock off a circadian rhythm. Here are common causes and cures. Delayed Sleep-Wake This is an aggravating condition that affects people just enough to potentially throw lives off course. People live
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