Sleep disorders are quite common in patients suffering from Parkinson’s – a baneful neuro-degenerative disorder that affects predominately dopamine-producing neurons in a specific region of the brain called substantia nigra.
People with Parkinson’s disease have more sleep disruptions as compared to their counterparts; inability to sleep through the night and difficulty in returning to sleep on interruption. Apart from that, such patients report daytime sleepiness, acute nightmares, vivid dreams, nighttime vocalizations, leg movements/jerking while asleep, inability or difficulty in turning over in bed, and more. Some of the most evident Parkinson’s sleep disorders include
- rapid eye movement (REM) sleep behavior disorder (RBD),
- sleep fragmentation or insomnia
- excessive daytime sleepiness
- restless legs syndrome (RLS)
- impending sleep apnea
Successful treatment of sleep problems in Parkinson’s disease: Stem cell therapy
Though the reasons are known, potential explanation of such acute sleep disorders include side-effects of extensive medication associated with Parkinson’s disease. With this in mind, we have introduced a proprietary and exclusive Placenta Cell Therapy, which is a perinatal/adult cell therapy that utilizes the afterbirth structures of the child birthing process – highly effective, long lasting, non-toxic, and risks free.
This new approach of utilizing stem cell therapy to treat patients with Parkinson aims to fight the symptoms as a whole i.e. to achieve optimum health and better quality of life.
Visit our website, book an appointment, and rest assured you will get the best treatment for parkinson’s sleep disorders!