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Sleep movement disorders

Sleep movement disorders

  1. Sleep movement disorders are conditions that cause movement before or during sleep, making it hard to fall or stay asleep.
  2. Some common sleep movement disorders are:
  • restless leg syndrome , which causes uncomfortable sensations in your legs and a strong urge to move them that intensifies when trying to sleep
  • periodic limb movement disorder , which causes your limbs to flex, twitch, or jerk during sleep. Movements may occur every 20 to 40 seconds and may last up to an hour.
  • bruxism , which involves clenching or grinding your teeth during sleep

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