Is it normal or common to rock back and forth during the daytime which is not related to a rhythmic movement disorder?
Is it "normal"? Well what's normal in today's world? However, it could be compulsive disorder or just your personal form of mantra meditation. That's what's so good about being an American, first and given the choice of making a choice by God Himself...Nice arrangement huh? My advice...quit worryin' about it and get a hobby and don't worry about things like "Am I abbie-normal if I rock back and forth occassionally when nobody's around?" Live my friend...as the late great Bruce Lee would say at this time... "Be water my friend...be water..." Good Luck, PJ firstname.lastname@example.org
It can absolutely cause sleep disorders. Fatigue in fact is an index symptom. Also, as it's painful, you can expect sleep disorders which in turn exacerbate the problem you described. As to pathologic sleeping disorder breathing patterns, I never heard of this symptom related to fibromyalgia. This symptom may relate to another disorder altogether.
Related words to spasticity movement disorder is muscular hypertonicity which is the medical word for it. Also muscles are realted to the word because they are the main cause. Nervous system is a word closely related also. Spasticity movements are uncontrolled tightening of the muscles due to a failure in the response of the muscular nerves.
Maroteaux-Lamy Syndrome Fifteen-year-old YouTube star Keenan Cahill has a rare genetic disorder called Maroteaux-Lamy Syndrome, also known as MPS-VI. This disorder, which affects one in 25,000 people, has no known cure. Those with the disorder usually stop growing at about age 8 and are characterized by a shortened trunk and restricted movement. (See the Related question and the Related links.)
True or falseDepression is a disorder that includes feelings of hopelessness and sadness but is seldom related to stress issues?
substance-induced disorders and substance use disorders Alcohol-related disorders Alcohol 305.00 Abuse 303.90 Dependence 291.8 -Induced anxiety disorder 291.8 -Induced mood disorder 291.1 -Induced persisting amnestic disorder 291.2 -Induced persisting dementia 291.5 -Induced psychotic disorder, with delusions 291.3 -Induced psychotic disorder, with hallucinations 291.8 -Induced sexual dysfunction 291.8 -Induced sleep disorder 303.00 Intoxication 291.0 Intoxication delirium 291.9 -Related disorder NOS 291.8 Withdrawal 291.0 Withdrawal delirium
Somnolent is the medical term meaning really sleepy. A related topic: Narcolepsy - It's a chronic sleep disorder, or dyssomnia, characterized by excessive daytime sleepiness (EDS) in which a person experiences extreme fatigue and possibly falls asleep at inappropriate times, such as while at work or at school. Somnolence
synonyms-Dystonia, familial, with visual failure and striatal lucencies, Leber optic atrophy and dystonia, LDYT Dystonia-a neurological movement disorder in which sustained muscle contractions cause twisting and repetitive movements or abnormal postures. The disorder may be inherited or caused by other factors such as birth-related or other physical trauma, infection or reaction to drugs.
Yes, an electron's movement is related to its amount of energy. As a matter of fact, everything's movement, not just an electron's, is related to the amount of energy that that thing has. As the energy of an object increases, either its translational, rotational, vibrational, or some combination of the three, motion increases.