Sleeping with the Enemy: Mom’s N-24

ADD . . . and-so-much-more

How N-24 affects the rest of us
With a special take on the topic from Guest Blogger TinkerToy

© Madelyn Griffith-Haynie, CTP, CMC, ACT, MCC, SCAC
from the Comorbidities and Sleep & Sleep Disorders Series

“When you hear hoof-beats,
think horses not Zebras”

Most doctors are repeatedly exposed to that little ditty from their earliest days in Med School, encouraging them to always consider the simplest explanations first.

It’s not bad advice for many of the disorders and diseases they’ll come across in the patients who will walk through their office doors seeking diagnosis and treatment.

It just turns out to be exactly wrong when it comes to recognizing chronorhythm disorders – disorders of sleep TIMING.

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November 24th is N24 Awareness Day

As explained in last weeks post, N-24 Awareness Day is almost upon us:

N24 Awareness Day was first organized in…

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2 thoughts on “Sleeping with the Enemy: Mom’s N-24

  1. Hi Kate – Tink here. Mom went someplace yesterday where they gave her some turkey to bring home to me, which was great – but it wasn’t so great that she made the browser go away while she was gone, or I would have jumped over to say thanks again for this reblog of my article sooner. (She was gone for a long time and just woke up to turn it back on while she went to make her coffee.)

    I’ve already gotten a comment that somebody thought that his wife might have Mom’s sleep disorder too – and he’s going to read more about it. Thanks to you, maybe even a few more people will find out about sleep timing disorders and be nicer to people with weird sleep habits.

    Neat how this reblogging thing works, huh? Woof! Tink

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