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  1. photo This Is Why Your <b>Legs</b> Cramp At Night (And How to Stop it From Happening Ever Again)This Is Why Your Legs Cramp At Night (And How to Stop it From Happening Ever Again)Treatment
    until the following day. Leg cramps vs. restless leg syndrome These two syndromes both occur during sleeping hours, but that is their only similarity, namely, they are two completely differentRead more
  2. photo She Puts a Bar of Soap Under Her Sheet. The Reason Why is Genius!She Puts a Bar of Soap Under Her Sheet. The Reason Why is Genius!Treatment
    Leg cramps and restless leg syndrome are conditions that generally occur during the night, and may cause unbearable pain which leads to discomfort and frustration. Especially whenRead more
  3. photo Help Me Make it Through the Night: <b>Restless</b> <b>Legs</b> <b>Syndrome</b>Help Me Make it Through the Night: Restless Legs SyndromeTreatment
    It seems like your legs just won’t stop moving even when you try to sleep. Restless leg syndrome can lead to many a sleepless night. If you have been experiencing something likeRead more
  4. photo PLMD: Finding Relief from Periodic Limb Movement DisorderPLMD: Finding Relief from Periodic Limb Movement DisorderTreatment
    , ankle and knee spasming partially during PLMD. Many people think of restless leg syndrome when talking about PLMD but they are, in fact, a totally different medical problem. Restless leg syndromeRead more
  5. photo How I Cured My Insomnia and Depression Overnight With This One Simple Natural SupplementHow I Cured My Insomnia and Depression Overnight With This One Simple Natural SupplementArticle
    on a regular basis, and he enjoys his life to the fullest! Source: www.fhfn.org Featured image source: http://www.wikihow.com/Prevent-Restless-Leg-Syndrome-(RLS)#/Image:Prevent-Restless-Leg-Syndrome-(RLS)-StepRead more
  6. photo Do Your <b>Legs</b> Cramp At Night? Here is How to Stop it From Happening Ever AgainDo Your Legs Cramp At Night? Here is How to Stop it From Happening Ever AgainTreatment
    relaxed and feel a bit painful during the whole night, or even the day after. This phenomenon may be confused with the restless leg syndrome (RSL), but the only similarity between the two is the factRead more
  7. photo You won't believe this hidden cause of <b>restless</b> <b>leg</b> <b>syndrome</b>You won't believe this hidden cause of restless leg syndromeNews
    Do you suffer from restless legs syndrome? Researchers have puzzled over the cause of this curious condition for decades with little explanation for why some people simply can't keep stillRead more
  8. photo Here’s Why You Should Massage Your Feet Every Night Before Going To Bed!Here’s Why You Should Massage Your Feet Every Night Before Going To Bed!Treatment
    of the organs Improves your sleep It improves blood circulation It reduces the effect of edema during pregnancy Great for the skin Beneficial for restless leg syndrome Massaging certain points on the feetRead more
  9. photo Why Is So Important To Massage Your Feet Before You Going To Sleep!Why Is So Important To Massage Your Feet Before You Going To Sleep!Treatment
    Beneficial for your skin Eliminate lactic acid Reduce the effect of edema (during pregnancy) Restless leg syndrome Destroys fat, Facilitates digestion Prevents and cures many symptoms such as stress, asthmaRead more
  10. photo This Is Why You Need To Massage Your Feet Every Night Before BedThis Is Why You Need To Massage Your Feet Every Night Before BedTreatment
    significantly treats various diseases, improves blood circulation, enhances sleep patterns, regulates digestive balance, treats edema during pregnancy, treats restless leg syndrome, and promotes skin healthRead more

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Restless legs syndrome

Disease

Restless legs syndrome (RLS) also known as Willis-Ekbom disease (WED) or Wittmaack-Ekbom syndrome, is a neurological disorder characterized by an irresistible urge to move one's body to stop uncomfortable or odd sensations. It most commonly affects the legs, but can affect the arms, torso, head, and even phantom limbs. Moving the affected body part modulates the sensations, providing temporary...More