Types of Hypersomnia?
Hypersomnia are generally classified into two types: Primary and Secondary.
Primary hypersomnia happens with no other medical reasons. The only symptom victim faces is high level of fatigue.
Secondary hypersomnia occurs due to other medical conditions such as sleep apnea, kidney failure, Parkinson’s disease and chronic fatigue syndrome. With these conditions, victim has poor sleep at night, which leads to tired daily activities.
Hypersomnia cannot be characterized as narcolepsy, which causes a tendency to fall asleep whenever the victim finds a relaxing environment. Victims can stay aware during the day hours however will feel fatigue the entire time.