(Also Known As: Dysomnia Statistics, Sleep Disorder Statistics, Anxiety Statistics, Sleep Problems Statistics, Sleeping Insomnia Statistics, Sleep Difficulty Statistics)
(Reviewed by: Paul Peterson, Licensed Therapist)
Statistics on Dyssomnia
Insomnia complaint is almost a third of the world’s population. It is interpreted into 6% to 15% of the population.
Sleep apnea syndrome is approximately 2% to 4% of the general population.
Restless legs syndrome is approximately 6% of the general population with higher occurrence in the elderly subject.
Narcolepsy is rare with a prevalence of 0.04%.
Parasomnias are less researched in the general populace, with prevalence of several of parasomnias remaining unknown.
Sleep paralysis is found in approximately 6% of the general population.
Nocturnal terrors range from 2.2% to 5%.
Even though sleep disorders have high frequency, they remain poorly identified; less than 20% of individuals with sleep disorders are diagnosed and treated. 3
Could You Have Dyssomnia?
|Hypersomnia – Recurrent Episodes of Daytime Sleepiness, Insomnia, Sleep Disorder, Excessive Sleepiness|
|Narcolepsy – Chronic Sleep Disorder, Excessive Daytime Sleepiness, Insomnia, Inability to Sleep|
|Parasomnia NOS – Arousal Disorders, Sleep-Wake Transition Disorders, Parasomnias Usually Associated with REM Sleep|
|Primary Sleep Disorder – Impaired Sleep Wake Cycles, Hypersomnia, Excessive Daytime Sleepiness, Inability to Sleep|