FAQ: Movement Related Sleep Issues

There are many more movement-related sleep disorders, but these are the most common.

Restless Legs Syndrome – a feeling of having to move your legs, unable to resist the urge to move.

Periodic Limb Movement Disorder – this is where you repeatedly move your limbs – usually legs, in your sleep. This may disrupt your sleep and cause you to be tired the next day.   Your partner may notice it before you do.

Hypnic jerks – that sudden feeling of jumping, falling or twitching just as you are falling asleep

How I can help

If you are suffering from a movement-related Sleep Disorder, I can help you retrain your mind and body to

  • Retrain your mind and body to sleep
  • Identify and deal with the root cause of the problem
  • Calm your system to enable you to get to sleep, sleep through the night and fall back to sleep quickly if you wake
  • Quickly learn to sleep wearing a mouth guard, if you are grinding your teeth – or resolve Bruxism altogether

WikiHow notes that both Hypnotherapy and Meditation can help Bruxism https://www.wikihow.com/Cure-Bruxism