What is Restless Leg Syndrome?

Restless leg syndrome is a nervous system disorder that causes a literal urge to move the legs. Since it usually disrupts sleep, it can also be a sleep disorder. Severity and symptoms range from very mild to intolerable. Sometimes restless leg syndrome can be caused by chronic diseases, medications, or pregnancy. Sleep deprivation can make the symptoms dramatically worse. Here are some signs of RLS to look for:


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