Restless Legs Syndrome

Restless Legs Syndrome – Restless Legs Syndrome is a discomfort in the legs which is relieved by moving or stimulating the legs. This feeling is difficult to describe and commonly referred to as a crawling, tingling or prickling sensation. Most people find the symptoms to be less noticeable during the day and more pronounced in the evening or at night, especially during the onset of sleep. For many people, the symptoms disappear by early morning, allowing for more refreshing sleep at that time. Once diagnosed, treatment have been found useful for many patients.

Obstructive Sleep Apnea

A medical condition where the patient stops breathing for 10 or more seconds during sleep. 

Restless Legs Syndrome

Once diagnosed, treatment have been found useful for many patients.                                                           


Insomnia can be very Common, 10% of adults in the United States have Chronic Insomnia and 30% experience an acute episode of Insomnia in a year.


Patients experience an irresistible need to sleep, regardless of the amount of sleep they get.  


Parsomnias are automatic behaviors during sleep, such as sleep talking, sleep walking or night terrors. 

Circadian rhythm disorders

Circadian Rhythm Disorders involve disruption of the sleep-wake cycle. 

An estimated 18 million Americans suffer from sleep apnea, yet up to 95% of cases go undiagnosed and untreated.