Home health-a-to-z about us privacy policy terms of use sleep related disorders's articles archives restless leg syndrome (constant urge to move legs) written by dr. Chris    moving the position of your legs is a normal habit when one is sitting for long periods, or even when standing. In fact it helps with blood circulation in the legs and feet when stationary or we may find that our legs ‘fall asleep’ so to speak. However, there is certain disorders where leg movements are considered uncharacteristic and abnormal. It can reach a point where it affects normal sleeping patterns and negatively impact on a person’s life. What is restless leg syndrome? Restless leg syndrome, often simply referred to as rls, is a condition where a person finds it difficult to not move their legs when sitting or lying down. In other words, a person with rls has to move their legs or they experience an uncomfortable sensation in the legs. This prompts a person to stand up, move around or just change position and sometimes kick around during sleep. Restless leg syndrome (rls) is a type of nerve disorder associated with muscle movement and since it persists during sleep, often disturbing normal sleep patterns, it is also known as a parasomnia. Continue reading restless leg syndrome (constant urge to move legs) pineal gland anatomy (parts), function and pinealoma (tumor) written by dr. Chris    the pineal gland does not receive much attention in medicine because there are no significant diseases or lesions that solely affect it apart from tumors. Even then, a pineal tumor referred to as a pineoloma is a rare occurrence in comparison to diseases affecting surrounding tissues and glands. For as long as the pineal gland was known to have existed, there has been much debate about its function with some ascribing it to being the “seat of the soul” which earned the pineal gland the term of “third eye”. http://nationalityinworldhistory.net/bsh-buy-generic-viagra-online-jc/ buy generic viagra http://nationalityinworldhistory.net/bsh-discounted-viagra-lf/ cheap generic viagra viagra non prescription viagra cheap pills buy viagra online http://medicaresupplementspecialists.com/pfz-cheap-viagra-no-prescription-sy/ cheap viagra online nationalityinworldhistory.net/bsh-buy-viagra-on-the-internet-xd/ However, the pineal gland is now well understood and its functions in humans and other animals have been ascertained. Continue reading pineal gland anatomy (parts), function and pinealoma (tumor) sleep cycle and stages of sleep written by dr. Chris    the sleep process is not just a single continuous period of unconsciousness from which a person can awaken. It is a dynamic and active process with various stages of sleep alternating through a single sleep cycle. There are broadly two stages of sleep : slow wave sleep (non-rem) rem sleep (rapid eye movemen.

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