Pediatric – Abnormal body movement while sleeping
If your child involuntarily moves their body during sleep, they may be experiencing rhythmic movement disorder (RMD). These movements may include body rocking, head banging, head rolling and shaking. This may cause them to be sleepy during the day and have school or behavioral problems. Complete this questionnaire to see what symptoms are associated with this condition.
Information/results provided by the questionnaire are provided for educational purposes only and do not replace the diagnosis and treatment of a qualified medical provider.