Advanced Sleep Phase Syndrome (ASPS) refers to phases of the daily sleep/wake cycle are advanced with respect to clock time. This is classified as a Circadian rhythm disorder. The sleep p hase occurs well ahead of the conventional bedtime and the tendency is to wake up too early.

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