If you have any of the symptoms already described or have problems sleeping and don't know why, you should talk to your health care provider.
In many cases, personal habits can make a sleeping disorder worse. Sometimes they are the main cause of the problem. Here are some things you can do that may relieve your symptoms.
Your health care provider will probably ask you to return for one or more follow-up visits after trying his or her recommendations.
Sleep disorders often can be at least partly prevented by developing healthy sleep habits. See Self-care at home for recommendations. Also, see your health care provider regularly for proper care of any medical or mental problems.
Strange sensations in the legs, persistent
insomnia, and daytime sleepiness are not part of normal aging. In most cases, the symptoms of restless legs syndrome are treatable or improve with treatment of the underlying condition.
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