Circadian Sleep Disorders Network is an independent nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the lives of people with chronic circadian rhythm disorders.
We aim to increase awareness within the medical community and among the general public, to provide emotional support and practical ideas for people living with these disorders, to inform patients and health care providers about treatment options, to encourage research into circadian rhythms, and to advocate for accommodations in education and employment for people with circadian rhythm sleep disorders.
Our brochure summarizes the disorders we struggle with.
The most basic information is in our Basic Fact Sheet.
Our website, www.CircadianSleepDisorders.org, has lots more intormation about Circadian Rhythm Sleep Disorders.
Our infographic briefly describes Circadian Rhythm Sleep Disorders (CRSDs).
Please feel free to repost the graphic in its entirety to help raise awareness. You can also print it directly from your browser (we suggest making the browser window full screen - the image will resize). There are also JPG images in various proportions which you can download for printing directly on different sizes of paper:
A more detailed introduction to Circadian Rhythm Sleep Disorders is presented in this video:
Circadian Rhythm Sleep Disorders (50 minutes)
Studies suggest that 1 in 600 adults suffers from Delayed Sleep Phase Disorder1. That's half a million American adults! In addition, it's been estimated that as many as 10% of teens are affected2, another two million American teens. Most of the teens will grow out of it.
It is estimated that half of all totally blind people suffer from Non-24-Hour Sleep-Wake Disorder3: another 90,000 Americans. Non-24 also occurs in sighted individuals4, but the prevalence is unknown, and the disorder is almost certainly underdiagnosed.
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