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The chronic sleep disorder of dyssomnia, which is more generally known as narcolepsy, involves the excessive and urgent need to sleep at times which are not appropriate. Narcoleptics frequently enter REM sleep in the first ten minutes, as opposed to the usual hour or more of non-narcoleptics.

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