Sleep disorders and epilepsy
Sleep disorders in people with epilepsy can exacerbate their symptoms and often remains undiagnosed.
Now researchers from Rutgers University have developed a tool to help neurologists identify people with obstructive sleep apnoea whose epilepsy may be magnified by their sleep disorder. Identifying sleep disorders and treating them can help in seizure control in some people. At the moment specialists have not regularly assessed patients for those risk factors so the aim of this research is to evaluate a patient’s need for a sleep study.
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