Sleep Disorders
Created:   7/21/2009
Contains:  33 items
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Weighty Matters: Obesity has been linked to neurologic problems such as migraine, dementia, and sleep apnea. Our experts review the evidence and offer advice for getting weight...

Colino, Stacey

Neurology Now . 12(1):36-45, February/March 2016.

Obesity has been linked to neurologic disorders such as migraine, dementia, and sleep apnea. Our experts review the evidence and offer advice for getting weight under control.

Your Neurologist Has Sleep Apnea: When doctors are patients, what do they do?

Avitzur, Orly

Neurology Now . 8(3):31-37, June-july 2012.

When the doctor is also the patient, what does she do? Hear from neurologists and sleep specialists as they detail their firsthand experience with obstructive sleep apnea—from diagnosis to treatment—and discuss why you owe it to yourself (and your bed partner) to get treated. Their advice will help you breathe easier.

Night Moves

GAMBLE, KATE HUVANE

Neurology Now . 6(2):26-30, March/April 2010.

It's a condition that affects as many as 12 million Americans yet is often misdiagnosed—and misunderstood. With a name like “restless legs syndrome,” it may not sound like such a bad thing. But to those who live with it, RLS can be unbearable. Here, we put some common misperceptions to rest and discuss the latest options for treatment.

Hitting the Mattress with MS

PATUREL, AMY

Neurology Now . 5(1):24-28, January/February 2009.

Many patients with multiple sclerosis also experience sleep disorders, including sleep-related movement disorder, obstructive sleep apnea, central sleep apnea, Rapid Eye Movement (REM) sleep behavioral disorder, and narcolepsy. Sometimes MS is the cause of sleep disorders and sometimes it is a co-existing condition. Here's what you need to know about treatment.


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