8 Strategies for Coping with Restless Leg Syndrome
7 Common Questions About Restless Legs Syndrome
Restless Legs Syndrome (RLS) is a neurological disorder that causes an irresistable urge to move the legs. Here are seven common questions about RLS.
Why Your Arthritic Legs Can’t Stop Moving
Do you think that the urge to keep your legs moving has nothing to do with your rheumatoid arthritis? Better think again. A recent review explained a possible link between these two conditions.
Dealing with Restless Legs
Researchers don't know what causes restless legs syndrome, which causes discomfort and a compulsion to move the legs when trying to sleep. But they have identified some treatment options for those who suffer from the disorder.
Hope for Restless Legs
Discomfort, difficulty sleeping and the urge to move are all symptoms of restless legs syndrome that interfere with normal life when they become severe. A new study looked at a drug t hat might relieve those symptoms.
Rest for Weary Legs
Restless legs syndrome is a disorder of the nervous system that causes uncomfortable urges to move limbs. Patients often wonder if there are medications that work, and if they are safe.
MS and Achy Restless Legs
Strong urges to move your legs and painful sensations like crawling, tingling and burning can make it hard to fall asleep and stay asleep. These symptoms are associated with restless legs syndrome (RLS) and studies show it may have an association with multiple sclerosis (MS).
Mirapex Effective for Restless Legs
While restless legs syndrome seems like an odd disorder that some people may find hard to believe, people who suffer the discomfort have no doubt this disorder exists. And now patients have effective treatment choices.
Pfizer Reports Positive Results From Lyrica
Pfizer Inc. announced that a Phase 3 study for Lyrica (pregabalin) in patients with restless legs syndrome (RLS) met each of its three co-primary endpoints, showing significant benefit as compared with placebo and pramipexole .
Legs That Won't Quit
Adults with fibromyalgia are more likely to experience restless legs syndrome (RLS), according to a new study, which suggests treatment for RLS may improve sleep and quality of life for these patients.