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(Ekbom syndrome)
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  • Why Are Women Prone to Restless Legs Syndrome? [Journal Article]
    Int J Environ Res Public Health 2020; 17(1)Seeman MV
  • Restless legs syndrome is a relatively common neurologic disorder considerably more prevalent in women than in men. It is characterized by an inactivity-induced, mostly nocturnal, uncomfortable sensation in the legs and an urge to move them to make the disagreeable sensation disappear. Some known genes contribute to this disorder and the same genes contribute to an overlapping condition-periodic …
  • Sleep disorders in pregnancy. [Journal Article]
    Sleep Sci 2019 Jul-Sep; 12(3):232-239Silvestri R, Aricò I
  • Anatomical, physiological, psychological and hormonal alterations affect sleep during pregnancy. Sleep appears tobe commonly impaired only after the first trimester. Albeit objective data regarding the reduction of sleep durationand efficiency are not univocal, poor sleep is reported by over half of pregnant women. The reasons underlyingthese complaints are multiple, including lower back pain, ga…
  • Resting-state connectivity and the effects of treatment in restless legs syndrome. [Journal Article]
    Sleep Med 2019; 67:33-38Lee YS, Ku J, … Cho YW
  • CONCLUSIONS: Thalamic connectivity to the bilateral lingual gyri and right middle temporal gyrus is a replicable finding in DN-RLS that was not affected by dopamine agonist treatments. Other changes in thalamic connectivity were altered by dopamine agonist treatment. These treatment effects may be pertinent to the known treatment benefits of a dopamine agonist on RLS symptoms.
  • Exercise as a favorable non-pharmacologic treatment to Sleep-Related Movement Disorders: a review. [Review]
    Sleep Sci 2019 Apr-Jun; 12(2):116-121Franco B, Daubian-Nosé P, … Esteves AM
  • Non-pharmacologic treatments of Sleep-Related Movement Disorders (SRMD) are already well described in the literature. The physical activity has been presented as a factor to improve quality of life and in several aspects related to sleep disorders. Thus, the purpose of this review was to analyze the benefits of physical exercise and your indication to improve to SRMD. In the research, 19 studies …
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