This classification of sleep disorders includes conditions that cause movement during or prior to sleep. These disorders can make it difficult to fall asleep or stay asleep, or to get restful sleep.

Restless Legs Syndrome

This sleep disorder causes a burning or itching inside your legs when you lie down, making it difficult to get comfortable enough to fall asleep. The symptoms may go away when you get up. Read More…

Periodic Limb Movements

This sleep movement disorder involves a series of uncontrollable repetitive muscle movements that severely disrupt your sleep during the night. These movements occur most often in the lower legs. Read More…

Sleep Leg Cramps

Sleep related leg cramps are sudden and intense feelings of pain in the leg or foot. The pain is caused when a muscle contracts and tightens. These may happen while you are awake or after you are asleep. Read More…

Sleep Bruxism

Sleep bruxism or grinding teeth involves the grinding or clenching of teeth during sleep. Your jaw may contract while you sleep, potentially causing dental damage. Read More…

Sleep Rhythmic Movement

Sleep rhythmic movement disorder involves repeated body movements that occur while drowsy or asleep. This happens most often in children and can result in body rocking, head banging or head rolling. Read More…