Restless Leg Syndrome
What is Restless Leg Syndrome?
Restless Leg Syndrome (RLS) is a recognized neurological disorder causing a strong urge to move the legs.
People with RLS try in desperation to relieve the unpleasant sensations of restless legs syndrome by moving their legs about.
The urge to do so tends to be much worse in the evening and at night when resting, relaxing or trying to get to sleep.
Do you lie down in bed, hoping for a good night's sleep, only to be haunted by the irritating symptoms of RLS?
As your body begins to relax, do overwhelming sensations of itching, tingling, crawling, burning or such begin in your legs?
Unfortunately, restless legs syndrome can negatively interfere with getting the proper amount of sleep you need to maintain your health.
How Do I Know if I have RLS?
Do you suffer from the irresistible urge to move your legs (especially when resting or trying to get to sleep) to escape the pain and anguish of unpleasant tingling, aching, burning or itching sensations?
Then there's a good chance you have what's known as Restless Legs Syndrome (RLS).
Aren't you tired of experiencing this relentless and very unpleasant condition in your legs? No matter how much you move and thrash about it only offers momentary relief.