The origin of sleep disorders is multifactorial. They can appear as an effect of other diseases, as well as can constitute risk factors that favor the appearance of other pathologies

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Sleep disorders affect the quantity and quality of sleep with serious implications in the daily life: physical exhaustion, poor performance, daytime sleepiness, difficulty in fulfilling professional, family or social obligations

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Currently, there is a problem of diagnostic accessibility, a key factor for the resolution of sleep disorders and their implications. Actigraphy, sleep diary and nocturnal Videopolysomnography (VPSG), are reference tests for a correct diagnosis.

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Multidisciplinary Clinical Team

Inés Galofré

Medical Doctor expert in sleep medicine, European Sleep Research Society. Director of the Sleep Disorders Unit of Clínica Girona. Research scholarship, at the Sleep Disorders Center, Harvard Medical School, Boston, USA.

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Nuria Couto

University Diploma in Nursing (DUE) expert in Sleep Medicine, Spanish Committee of Accreditation in Sleep Medicine, CEAMS. Pediatric Neurology Course.

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Raquel Sánchez

Specialist in neurophysiology polysomnography (PSG). Specialist in neurophysiology. Nursing Assistant Medium Degree. Higher Degree Health Documentation.

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