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What is Rapid eye movement behaviour disorder?

What is Rapid eye movement behaviour disorder?

  • Rapid eye movement behaviour disorder: REM sleep behavior disorder is dream-enacting behavior that includes talking, yelling, punching, kicking, sitting, jumping out of bed, arm flailing, and grabbing.

Rapid eye movement behaviour disorder: Introduction

Types of Rapid eye movement behaviour disorder:

Broader types of Rapid eye movement behaviour disorder:

What causes Rapid eye movement behaviour disorder?

Causes of Rapid eye movement behaviour disorder: see causes of Rapid eye movement behaviour disorder

What are the symptoms of Rapid eye movement behaviour disorder?

Symptoms of Rapid eye movement behaviour disorder: see symptoms of Rapid eye movement behaviour disorder

Onset of Rapid eye movement behaviour disorder: REM sleep behavior disorder is more prevalent in males, but the exact ratio is not known.

Rapid eye movement behaviour disorder: Testing

Diagnostic testing: see tests for Rapid eye movement behaviour disorder.

Misdiagnosis: see misdiagnosis and Rapid eye movement behaviour disorder.

How is it treated?

Doctors and Medical Specialists for Rapid eye movement behaviour disorder: Neurologist, Sleep Specialist ; see also doctors and medical specialists for Rapid eye movement behaviour disorder.
Treatments for Rapid eye movement behaviour disorder: see treatments for Rapid eye movement behaviour disorder

Name and Aliases of Rapid eye movement behaviour disorder

Main name of condition: Rapid eye movement behaviour disorder

Other names or spellings for Rapid eye movement behaviour disorder:

REM sleep behaviour disorder

 

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