Sleep and multiple sclerosis
Sleep disturbance in multiple sclerosis is commonly multifactorial and may include difficulty initiating or maintaining sleep, frequent awakenings due to leg spasms, habitual snoring, occasional sleep apnea, and nocturia. Cases of symptomatic narcolepsy, REM sleep behavior disorder, and restless legs syndrome have also been described. MS is closely associated with fatigue and excessive daytime sleepiness.
Nov. 19, 2020