Symptoms of Idiopathic Hypersomnia Excessive sleep. … Excessive daytime sleepiness. Difficulty waking from sleep (even long sleep) even with the aid of multiple alarms, lights, and help from other people. Sleep inertia/drunkenness. … Taking long, unrefreshing naps. … Cognitive dysfunction. If you or someone you know suffer from IH, contact us for more information!
Participating in clinical trials has the potential to help both the individual participant and other individuals who have Alzheimer’s disease or are at risk of developing it: You can play a more active role in your own health care. You can gain access to potential treatments before they are widely available. Without clinical trials, there […]
You can see a doctor and have tests in a hospital setting, or you can see an independent doctor. The doctor visit to a hospital-employed doctor will cost you roughly 80% more than to an independent doctor because of charges tacked on by hospitals called hospital facility fees. Hospitals don’t like to talk about these […]
The new practice of insurance companies requiring pre-authorization for every test and procedure is resulting in delay and denial of care, sometimes to the point of life threatening injury. We at RNI have experienced several instances in which critical time-sensitive testing was denied by an insurance company pre-authorization process. Since the first stage of pre- […]
Effective management of a chronic disease, such as Multiple Sclerosis, can be difficult. The diet in MS is an important factor in that management. Despite pharmaceuticals to manage symptoms and modify the underlying disease, for optimal health one must employ a multidisciplinary approach. Included within this multidisciplinary approach are diet and exercise in MS. Despite […]