The excessive sleepiness appears when the individual has to be productive, awake and alert. Both symptoms are predominant in SWSD. There are numerous shift work schedules, and they may be permanent, intermittent, or rotating; consequently, the manifestations of SWSD are quite variable.
Shift work sleep disorder (SWSD)
Shift work sleep disorder (SWSD) occurs in individuals who work nontraditional hours like split shift, graveyard shifts, early morning shifts, or rotating shifts. It’s characterized by excessive sleepiness, lack of refreshing sleep, and drowsiness. These symptoms can affect both work and leisure time
How does shift work affect sleep?
Shift work that includes the night will have pronounced negative effects on sleep, sleepiness, performance and accident risk. Misalignment between internal circadian physiology and the required work schedule is thought to be a primary cause of shift work schedule induced sleepiness and sleep disruption
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