This is a rare epilepsy syndrome. The most common age for it to develop is in mid-childhood. It is also called ‘continuous spike-wave of slow sleep’. The cause of this syndrome is not known. It usually happens in children who already have epilepsy.
Increase Slow Wave Sleep (SWS) To Improve Intellectual Performance
Studies show that napping increases alertness, speeds up motor performance, improves accuracy, boosts creativity and reduces stress. Find the period of day when your REM sleep and slow-wave sleep are perfectly in balance.
Continuous Spike Wave Discharges in Slow-Wave Sleep – don’t let it catch you napping!