Tag: Bruxism

Restless Legs Syndrome (RLS)

Prevalence of SRMD Across the Lifespan

Sleep-Related Movement Disorders (SRMD) can occur across the lifespan. However, the prevalence of some sleep-related movement disorders is greater during childhood and then decreases as an individual ages, whereas the prevalence of other sleep-related movement disorders increases with age. The

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Pediatric Sleep


I grind my teeth during sleep. Why do I do this? How can I prevent it? What is Sleep Bruxism? Many people grind their teeth during sleep—another term for which is sleep bruxism. For most people, it is not considered

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Cover Articles

Sleep-Related Movement Disorders

Most people move a little when trying to fall asleep or change positions during the night. But sleep-related movements disorders do not involve typical shifts like tossing and turning during sleep. Instead, sleep-related movement disorders involve abnormal movements that interfere

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