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    In previous articles, we’ve covered more “well-known” sleep disorders, such as sleep apnea and narcolepsy. Idiopathic hypersomnia is another sleep disorder that can impact a person’s life, both day and night. Hypersomnia is a condition in which a person needs a greater amount of sleep than average—idiopathic means the cause of the condition, or need for extra sleep, is not known, although recently a dysfunction of certain neurons and neurotransmitters has been explored to be at least a partial cause of the condition [1]. As many people are undiagnosed or receive a delayed diagnosis (after many years) it is not possible to determine a closely accurate incidence of idiopathic hypersomnia, but combined, the two different forms are thought to impact every 1 in 10,000 to 1
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    I’ve been using a weighted blanket for about a year now, and have often read that they can be helpful with people with Restless Legs Syndrome (RLS). While I have heard a lot of people say they have “restless legs” or Restless Legs Syndrome, it is a condition I really do not know much about! Restless Legs Syndrome Awareness Week seems a good time to fill my knowledge gap! And, given up to 10% of people experience RLS—and that it can be treated with and without medication—hopefully learning about it helps you, too! What does Restless Legs Syndrome feel like? Restless Legs Syndrome probably feels about how you might think—legs feel like they are throb


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