January/February 2009 - Volume 5 - Issue 1
pp: 5-40
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Letter

the Waiting Room: This Way in

Bookshelf

Neurology News

Screening Room

Holly Robinson Peete

Eye on Therapy

Penny Wise

New Frontiers

Resource Central

Speak Up


Epilepsy

Multiple Sclerosis

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.