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If I Use Sudafed I Tend To Get Restless Leg Syndrom And Feel Like I Want To Jump Out Of My Skin Is This An Allergy To It
If I use sudafed I tend to get restless leg syndrome and feel like I want to jump out of my skin. Is this an allergy to it?
Not an allergy: Just a common side effect.Get a more detailed answer ›
Allergies occur when your immune system is triggered by envirionmental factors it should ignore--for example, pollen in the air, or dander on a cat or dog--and creates cells to fight against them. An allergic reaction typically causes itching, congestion, or drainage, and ...Read more
My head is extremely restless and I have movement of the head and arms right when I'm going to sleep I have had restless leg syndrome in the past?
Restless: The restlessness of your heads and arms may be part of your restless legs syndrome ...Read more
My mom got a restless leg's syndrom. She takes a mirapex (pramipexole) or mirapex (pramipexole)in every night before sleep and her doze is growing. How to help to get rid of it? Tx
RLS: If your mom has restless legs syndrome (rls) ; it is not controlled with mirapex, (pramipexole) it is recommended she see a sleep medicine specialist. There are other medications besides Mirapex (pramipexole) to help with RLS symptoms. Also, she can keep hydrated, do gentle leg stretches prior to bedtime, avoid caffeine, ; try to regularize her bedtime which can possibly help somewhat. Hope that helps! ...Read more
Can you have restless leg like symptoms in your arm... Sounds funny I know but that's how ifeel. I get it in my legs too but also my arms im restless?
Yes, you can: Yes, you can have restless legs and restless arms. Work with your neurologist or primary care physician on this. ...Read more
Sir, I am suffering frm Restless leg syndrome & Feel lyk legs pulling whn slpng. I do night shifts & walk more. Is it the reason, How to get rid of it?
See a physician:
First step is to determine whether you have rls. Here is a good website:
http://www. Rls. Org/
there are very good treatments but generally include medications, or evaluating whether other conditions are causing them.
Ask your physician. ...Read more
Yes: Any muscle in the body can become irritated or cramp. Often this is a magnesium deficiency as we are all terribly undernourished with it. Add magnesium glycinate (to avoid diarrhea) 200mg 2-3 times per day. Can also use a cal-mag powder to mix up and drink. Also think about adding l-theanine to your regimen 200mg 1-2 caps twice daily to help relax - it works well with the magnesium! ...Read more
Yes: Usually RLS starts in the legs but often migrates to other body parts after treatment is initiated. Arms are more often involved than the trunk. ...Read more
Discover Cause First:
Daily exercise, avoid tobacco and alcohol and search for an underlying cause such as mineral deficiencies (iron, folate, (folic acid) magnesium), venous insufficiency, or various immune deficiencies. Start with some blood work and a venous ultrasound by a vascular surgeon. Review your medications for side effects.
If all else fails, get daily exercise and cut back on smoking or drinking, if applicable. ...Read more
Hi, what would you recommend for restless leg syndrome? I get it rather bad at night when I try to sleep
How do I massage my own leg to relieve restless leg syndrome in order to get some sleep. What else can I also do?
Medical therapy: I suggest a comprehensive medical examination and blood testing. Many excellent medications are available for RLS. PLease consult your treating physician. ...Read more
I'm allergic to iron in tablet form, could this be one of the reasons I get restless leg syndrome quite a lot?
Likely not: Allergic reactions are not related to restless legs. ...Read more
Is there such thing as a restless leg feeling but all over the body? I feel very restless and jittery after a flight similar to RLS I get in my legs?
? whole Body RLS sym: RLS is a poorly understood condition related somewhat to parkinsons (same medications used to treat both). While symptoms are commonly in the legs it can affect other body parts. The nice thing is the medication available would treat both. BUT your symptoms sound almost like a panic attack or severe anxiety. Please check with your family doctor. Http://www. Ninds. Nih. Gov/disorders/restless_legs/detail_restless_legs. Htm ...Read more
Restless leg: Several remedies are available. Best to see a neurologist for evaluation & treatment. ...Read more
I have restless leg syndrome most of the time. But if I drink I get my hole body go into sharp joalts nearly all night and can not sleep. Also?
Alcohol worsens RLS:
Alcohol worsens RLS and pl md, periodically movement disorder. This is not at all uncommon. Your best bet would be to stop drinking. If you are alcohol addicted however please get into an alcohol treatment program that is monitored by a physician. Please see the very informative website below.
www. Progressivehealth. Com/rls-alcohol. Htm
alcohol consumption can worsen the symptoms of restless leg. ...Read more
Should I get an mri? Hello, in december I was diagnosed with mono. A few weeks after this I started to feel a very weak feeling in my leg and I was diagnosed with restless leg (left leg). My doctor then put me on a steroid called prednisone. When I was
Be Sure of Diagnosis: Steroids are not the treatment for restless leg. You must be sure of the diagnosis. Once an accurate diagnosis has been established, the treatment is to r/o underlying causes such as venous insufficiency and various vitamin and mineral deficiencies. Then use appropriate conservative measures, not steroids. ...Read more
How close are you?: The person who has the issue often feels the need to move the leg or the leg is moving on its own....Hence, I assume if the partner is laying in the same bed....They may be kicked a few extra times.....Or may be awoken if asleep as the leg is making the person restless and hence there can be movement in the bed.... ...Read more
RLS: Can be a lot of things but it is the urge to move foremost. Some people say it is a pain or just a rush from the inside. It can be described like growing pains. But, when up and moving this goes away. Hope it helps. ...Read more
Rls is a disorder caused by low dopamine, in order to say that someone has rls, you should have the followings: 1- unpleasant leg sensation, 2- motor restlessness, urge to move legs, 3- symptom is more at rest, 4- it is worse in the evening or at night.
Rls can be the cause of sleep onset insomnia. ...Read more
Few tricks: If the restless legs syndrome (rls) is secondary to another disease, first treat the disease. If it is primary rls, some women respond to iron replacement therapy, even if not anemic. Second, try avoiding caffeine, nicotine, and alcohol for a while as these make RLS worse. If those strategies do not work, the other options are prescription medications from your doctor. ...Read more
Here is a link on a study done on rls:
http://www. Ncbi. Nlm. Nih. Gov/pubmed/12127170
rls is more common in women than men (hence the range). The stanford study found that alcohol and/or smoking use, as with night-shift working, increases risk of rls. They also said that with increased age RLS risk increases, and that sleep apnea and coffee consumption also contributed. They said more data was needed. ...Read more
Restless leg syndrome (rls)
1. Proper sleep hygiene
2. Remover the cause of RLS such as:
a. Iron deficiency
b. Vitamin B12 deficiency
d. Chronic renal disease
3. Avoid caffeine
4. Rls medications such as:
however, RLS expert need to be consulted first. ...Read more
Requip (ropinirole) and Mirapex are fda approved for the treatment of rls. Non-prescription therapies include iron/vitamin c, vitamin b12, and folate (if indicated). Must evaluate for factors that can worsen RLS as well (e.g. Some medications and poor sleep habits).
Consider evaluation by a sleep medicine specialist. ...Read more
Find Out Cause First:
Rule out underlying causes that may can be treated such as mineral deficiencies, venous insufficiency or various immune deficiencies. Start with blood work and a venous ultrasound by a vascular surgeon. Review medication for side effects.
If no underlying cause is identified, get daily exercise and cut back on smoking & drinking. Take a multi-vitamin with iron and save medication as last resort. ...Read more
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