DSWPD

DELAYED SLEEP-WAKE PHASE DISORDER

DSWPD is the most common circadian rhythm sleep disorder.

Symptoms of DSWPD include delayed sleep time, delayed wake up time as well as recurrent fatigue during the day.

DSWPD often disrupts normal daily activities such as work and social life.

DSWPD usually reoccurs for more than 3 months and may be an inherited disorder.

Do you identify with the above?

If so, please complete a brief screening survey to learn whether you are eligible to participate in a DSWPD clinical study.

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Qualified participants will receive study-related care and investigational study medication.

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