are one of the early signs of Huntington’s disease. People that are suffering are unable to get a good night’s sleep. When you don’t get the proper sleep, you can become irritable the next morning. The only way a person can get a good night’s sleep is with sleeping pills and you shouldn’t take those on a regular basis unless prescribed by a physician. By taking sleep pills it may not do your body any good if you’re dealing with Huntington’s disease.
You can take a sleep test to determine why you’re having sleep issues, but if nothing major is found you need to have your own primary care doctor do a series of tests on you to find out what the problem is. Once you are diagnosed and start treatment, insomnia should start to slowly go away. If not, your doctor may prescribe additional medication to help with your sleep.