Restless LegSyndrome. This syndrome is characterized by uncomfortable feelings (tingling, itching, crawling, pulling, or aching) in the legs right before falling asleep. These feelings are relieved by moving the legs but return when movement stops. This interferes with falling asleep and can cause severe insomnia. See a sleep specialist for diagnosis and treatment.
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