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Restless Leg Syndrome

restless leg syndrome symptom (syndrome restless leg ) : if you have Chronic Fatigue Syndrome or Fibromyalgia, you can have restless leg syndrome symptom s. Check out the medication restless leg syndrome can be treated with, below…










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Restless Leg Syndrome (RLS - syndrome restless leg ) can be another symptom of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and Fibromyalgia, and can play a large part in disturbing your sleep.

If you have Restless Leg Syndrome (syndrome restless leg ), then the uncomfortable sensations in your legs can make it really difficult for you to get to sleep – and stay asleep.

So Restless Leg Syndrome (syndrome restless leg ) can leave you even more exhausted and fatigued than you already are! restless leg syndrome symptom

When you suffer from Restless Leg Syndrome (syndrome restless leg ), you experience an unpleasant prickling, tingling or crawling sensation in your legs and feet (restless leg syndrome symptom s). This often leads to you having to move your legs constantly to ease the sensation.

The uncomfortable sensations in your legs (restless leg syndrome symptom s) are likely to be worse when you don’t move about, for example, when you are resting, sitting, or lying down.

Unfortunately many Restless Leg Syndrome sufferers (syndrome restless leg ) are wrongly diagnosed by their doctors, who put their symptoms down to muscle cramps, aging, stress, arthritis, insomnia or nervousness.

But Restless Leg Syndrome (syndrome restless leg ) is actually a neurological disorder and it’s becoming a very common problem...

Although it seems to affect older people more, Restless Leg Syndrome (syndrome restless leg ) can affect people of all ages, including non-CFS/FM sufferers.

restless leg syndrome symptom s are:

  • The uncomfortable sensations experienced by Restless Leg Sydrome sufferers have been described as creeping or crawling feelings, or sometimes as a tingling, cramping, burning, or painful feeling in the legs (restless leg syndrome symptom ).

  • Sensations usually occur deep inside your legs, between the knee and ankle when you are sitting or lying down. You may also experience these sensations in your thighs, feet, arms, and hands, although this is more rare (restless leg syndrome symptom ).

  • An irresistible urge to move about (restless leg syndrome symptom ). You may constantly move your legs when you are sitting, or you may toss and turn in bed, or pace the floor.

  • Often, the uncomfortable sensations are experienced in the evening/night, at bedtime, or during periods of inactivity such as on long-distance flights or long car trips (restless leg syndrome symptom ).

So what kind of medicines can help cure your restless leg syndrome symptom s? Find out next...

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