Sleep can be complicated and sometimes we perceive ourselves as getting less sleep than we actually got.
It’s common knowledge that insomnia is characterized by difficulty establishing and maintaining sleep and poor sleep quality. However, someone with paradoxical insomnia believes they haven’t slept when they had a normal or close to normal sleep.
Basically, it’s a state of sleep misperception. This phenomenon isn’t well understood, but new research into the causes is shedding light on the illness and its potential remedies.
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