RLS rarely results in any serious consequences. However, in some cases severe and recurrent symptoms can cause considerable mental distress, sleep deprivation, and daytime sleepiness. In addition, RLS is worse when resting, people with severe RLS may avoid daily activities that involve long periods of sitting, such as going to movies or traveling long distances.
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