Dystonia & Sleep

Good sleep is among the top self-care activities that can boost your coping and physical wellness. Individuals with dystonia frequently experience insomnia and problems with sleep. Insomnia may occur prior to developing dystonia, or as a result of dystonia. Some sources suggest more than 60% of individuals with dystonia have fatigue or day time sleepiness. […]

More than a Movement Disorder: Non-Motor Dystonia Symptoms

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Dystonia is a neurological disorder that affects the physical body, but the impact goes far deeper. Individuals diagnosed with dystonia commonly experience symptoms that affect more than how the body moves. Living well with dystonia often requires addressing more than the physical movement symptoms. Non-motor symptoms are a significant burden, and can be as disabling—or […]