Neurological sleep disorders

For example, Parkinson’s disease, RLS syndrome, PMS (periodic leg movement), painful polyneuropathy, Burning feet syndrome (due to vitamin B12 deficiency), nocturnal seizures, and, for example, buxism (the nocturnal teeth grinding). Here, the internist and neurologist is always in demand to create a clear diagnosis and treatment strategy.

Nightmares and sleepwalking

Nightmares, sleepwalking, night terrors, teeth grinding – night owls – kids can sometimes scare your parents. The good news: most recovery problems are harmless. Wake-up disorders typically in childhood Parasomnia: These are events or behaviors that occur while asleep or out of sleep. Wake-up disorders, parasomnias occur more frequently in childhood. Many children and parents will […]