Sedative Meds

Nervous system

The nervous system is an integral morphological and functional set of various interrelated, nerve structures that, together with the endocrine system, provides interrelated regulation of the activity of all body systems and reaction to changes in the conditions of the internal and external environment. The nervous system acts as an integrative system, linking sensitivity, motor activity and other regulatory systems (endocrine and immune) in one whole.

Parasomnic disorders

They are intense episodic physical manifestations that occur in a dream or are exacerbated during sleep. Mostly, parasomnic disorders are found in children, but can also be detected in adults. Parasomnias include night fears, somnambulism, and bruxism. On the night terrors (nightmares) described in…
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Restless legs syndrome

A similar disorder is restless legs syndrome. In this case, people complain of unpleasant, sometimes obscure feelings of discomfort, tingling, “crawling goose bumps” in the legs, which resulted in an overwhelming desire to move them. Such sensations are called dysesthesia . More often they appear…
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Butting and swinging

Parents are concerned that some children behave peculiarly at any time of the night. They begin to “butt” head cushions or headboard. Sometimes, relying on their hands, children rhythmically swing back and forth, instead of sleeping at night. These phenomena are common in…
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