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There is evidence to suggest that the individual may be experiencing REM behavior disorder. In REM behavior disorder, individuals typically experience episodes of screaming or gasping for air, which can be quite disruptive to the sleep of others in the vicinity. Additionally, the individual may be completely unaware of these episodes, which suggests that they may be experiencing narcolepsy.

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Question: Your roommate says that you seem to wake up dozens of times in the night, gasping for air, but are totally unaware of it. Based on this information, you maybe experiencing a) REM behavior disorder b) sleep apnea c)narcolepsy d) insomnia Provide evidence to prove your answer

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. Answer: a) REM behavior disorder Evidence: According to the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke, the main symptom of REM behavior disorder is acting out of one’s dreams, including making vocal sounds, flailing arms and legs, or getting out of bed. These behaviors can occur multiple times in the night and often the person is unaware of them.

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Feb. 12, 2023, 12:11 p.m.

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Published: Sunday, February 12, 2023

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