This number three of the 3 common sleeping Resurge Review disorders, is when you move your leg while sleeping, because your legs have some kind of discomfort. In Part 1, I went into some detail about each one, certainly not an exhaustive look, but enough that you can be aware of them and see if this is what your looking for to help you on your way to recovery.
I will show the last two that I did not have room to mention, but I thought needed mentioning. Even though they are much more rare sleeping disorders than the 3 mentioned in Fibromyalgia 3 common sleeping disorders Part 1. In Fibromyalgia-3 Common Sleeping Order Part 2, I will give you a look into the few that do occur in some of the Fibromyalgia suffers.
You may have not known about these last two before and yet might ring a bell. But If you think you have this condition, you can be more armed with information when you go to the doctor. Periodic Limb Movement Disorder PLMD: This sleeping disorder is more rare to the Fibromyalgaia suffer, but it is quite alarming. The PLMD person does not do the leg movement.
The sleeping person will do knee bending, toe flexing and in server cases, flailing and kicking while in bed, which would wake anybody up. Sometimes maybe at work the leg will jerk and maybe kick your table or desk. To keep this light hearted, hopefully you will not kick the person across from you while sitting at a big meeting.