A LOLWOT news report examines ten unusual sleep disorders.
Alcohol-Dependent Sleep Disorder
People who suffer from alcohol-dependent sleep disorder have a habit of using alcohol as a sedative to induce sleep. As persons continue to use alcohol as a sedative the effects continue to decrease resulting in the need to increase the alcohol dosage. Due to this, the disorder can lead to alcoholism due to over-medication. Patients who suffer from this disorder often complain of headaches, sweating, dehydration, mild withdrawal symptoms and they also experience frequent arousal during dreams.