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You are lying in bed trying to fall asleep. But you can’t nod off because of an overwhelming urge to move your legs. What’s going on? You might have Restless Legs Syndrome (RLS), a neurological disorder in which you feel an uncomfortable sensation in your legs (such as throbbing, pulling or creeping sensations) that is … Read More
People tend to bring their stress to bed — exactly the place it doesn’t belong. That’s not a practice that leads to a good night’s sleep, says sleep expert Nancy Foldvary-Schaefer, DO. Most people with insomnia caused by stress have trouble falling asleep; some have trouble staying asleep or find their sleep unrefreshing. Dr. Foldvary-Schaefer … Read More