More than 3 million Americans have the insatiable urge to move their restless legs. While you may not find comfort in knowing you're not alone, our hope is that you will find comfort in these tips and tricks to quieting your restless legs syndrome (RLS).
Striving for a healthy weight appears to be the best option to reduce the risk of developing RLS.
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People think they know, but they have no idea. RLS doesn’t occur while you sleep, and it doesn’t cause your limbs to move involuntarily. Let’s set the record straight.
Spoiler alert — did you know that RLS is not a sleep disorder? It's actually a neurological disorder. Mind blowing, right?
When we say everything, we mean everything. The four signs of RLS, what causes it, how it affects your sleep, and the treatments available.
It seems that everyone is on a quest to get a good night’s sleep, but when you have MS, it might be an even harder quest to overcome. We get to the root of the problem, so you can get to sleep faster.
If you are pregnant, or planning to become pregnant, you are more likely to experience RLS.
Half of all patients report disturbed sleep during alcohol withdrawal. Here are some treatment options that may help.
The condition often runs in families and has been linked to other problems. Here’s how to find relief.
Seven steps to ridding your life of RLS — starting with speaking up and talking to your doctor, and cutting back on coffee and alcohol.
Do you experience a creepy, crawly, pulling sensation and the overwhelming urge to move your legs in an effort to make it stop? You could be suffering from RLS.
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