REM Behavior Disorder (RBD) is a condition that involves violent movements and nightmares during REM sleep. RBD has been reported in a vast majority of MSA patients, with a prevalence ranging from in 69% to 100% of MSA patients. RBD symptoms can often precede other MSA symptoms by years.
1. Non-pharmacologic treatment of REM behavior disorder include:
2. Medications used to help with REM behavior disorder include: