Eliminate Restless Leg Syndrome

Restless Leg Syndrome

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Criteria for the Diagnosis of Probable Restless Leg Syndrome in Children

The child has a biological parent or sibling with definite restless leg syndrome. 2. The child has a biological parent or sibling with definite restless leg syndrome. aThis last probable category is intended for young children or cognitively impaired children who do not have sufficient language to describe the sensory component of restless leg syndrome.

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Treatment of insomnia

The effective management of insomnia begins with recognition and adequate assessment. Family doctors and other health care providers should routinely enquire about sleep habits as a component of overall health assessment. Identification and treatment of primary psychiatric disorders, medical conditions, circadian disorders, or specific physiological sleep disorders, such as sleep apnea and periodic limb movement disorder, are essential steps in the management of insomnia 8 .

Sleep Switch Hypothalamus

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Figure 2 Systems regulating sleep-wake biology. Upper panel (a) Sleep-wake states are controlled through a delicate balance of activities between the thalamus (cortical activation and EEG synchronization), the hypothalamus (sleep wake switch), the superchiasmatic nucleus (SCN or circadian clock) and the brainstem (ascending cortical activation, REM SWS switch). Lower panel (b) Multiple neurotransmitters are involved in sleep-wake regulation. The ventrolateral preoptic area (VLPO) contains sleep promoting GABA Galanin (Gal) neurons whereas wake-promoting orexin (hypocretin) neurons reside in the hypothalamus. The VLPO and orexin systems innervate key areas of the ascending arousal system locus coeruleus (LC adrenergic), dorsal raphe (DR serotonergic) and tuberomammillary nucleus (TMN histaminergic). Other key regions include the dopaminergic ventral tegmental center (VTA or A10 and A11 projections) which plays a role in alertness and may be important in cataplexy and restless leg...