Symptoms of Restless Leg Syndrome
What are Symptoms of Restless Leg Syndrome (RLS)?
The uncomfortable sensations include tingling, cramping, aching, creeping, crawling, pulling, searing, bubbling and even itching.
The sensations are relieved by moving around and are worse when idle, like when sleeping and resting, driving a car, traveling on buses, trains and planes.
Individuals that suffer from RLS often become deprived of sleep (insomnia) which can then cause secondary health hazards as the immune system gets rundown.
I think I have RLS in my Arms
Yes, you may experience RLS Symptoms in your arms and the core of your body but the symptoms are most often felt in the legs.