Behaviorally-induced ISS is diagnosed in about seven percent of people who seek help from a sleep disorder center; its exact prevalence among the general population is not known. It can occur at any age, but is most prevalent in adolescents and young adults.4 One study of more than 1200 Norwegian high school students found that more than 10 percent (10.4%) had Behaviorally-induced ISS.5
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