Sleep aids can help people with neuromuscular diseases and their caregivers get a good night's sleep
When turning over in bed becomes difficult for a person with muscle weakness, usually two people suffer sleep deprivation — the “turnee” and the “turner,” or person who wakes up several times a night and helps with repositioning.
"To sleep? perchance to dream! Ay, there's the rub."
— William Shakespeare Hamlet, III:1 (1601)
It's entirely possible that Shakespeare wrote these words while fighting a bout of insomnia. But even if they were written during the day it's obvious that, more than 400 years ago, the Bard understood the importance of getting a good night's sleep.