Indeed, and oftentimes insomnia or hypersomnia are not likely to be the first things a psychologist or other doctor thinks when one mentions it, and this is because more often than not, there usually is an underlying issue that needs to be sorted out.
Yes. They actually usually are diagnosed as a secondary symptom to an underlying problem. Hypersomnia might be diagnosed with depression. Just as insomnia can be diagnosed with paranoia. In my own experience, insomnia came with my PTSD. It is very common to find them diagnosed as a seconday symptom
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