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How does it feel to have restless leg syndrome?

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Dr. Jacques Conaway
Internal Medicine - Sleep Medicine
4 doctors agree

In brief: Leg discomfort

Symptoms of RLS include: 1.
Leg discomfort (tingling, jittery, creepy-crawly) 2. Triggered by rest, worse at night 3. Temporarily improved with movement (walking, stretching, massage) 4. Interferes with sleep quality. Consult with a local sleep medicine specialist for further information.

In brief: Leg discomfort

Symptoms of RLS include: 1.
Leg discomfort (tingling, jittery, creepy-crawly) 2. Triggered by rest, worse at night 3. Temporarily improved with movement (walking, stretching, massage) 4. Interferes with sleep quality. Consult with a local sleep medicine specialist for further information.
Dr. Jacques Conaway
Dr. Jacques Conaway
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Dr. Mark Schwartz
Surgery - Vascular

In brief: Irresistible Moving

It is an irresistible need to move ones legs in order to alleviate an uncomfortable feeling of itching and/or aching of the legs that almost always occurs at night when you are quietly resting your legs.

In brief: Irresistible Moving

It is an irresistible need to move ones legs in order to alleviate an uncomfortable feeling of itching and/or aching of the legs that almost always occurs at night when you are quietly resting your legs.
Dr. Mark Schwartz
Dr. Mark Schwartz
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