10 Remedies of Restless Legs

By james
Reviewed: Dr. Gromatzky
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  • 1. https://sleepfoundation.org/content/restless-legs-syndrome-rls-treatment
  • 2. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Neurological_disorder
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Restless leg syndrome is a condition that manifests itself with irritation, discomfort and pain in the legs. Sufferers have an urge to move their legs to provide relief, hence its name. In addition to the unpleasant sensation, it also causes sleepless nights which in itself can be very detrimental to health.

Restless leg syndrome is a neurological condition that is thought to be caused by a variety of factors and there is still much to be learned. Despite this, there are various remedies that are used on the legs that have been shown to provide relief. Some treatments simply try and help the sufferer feel more comfortable to help them get enough sleep at night. Treatments can be quite varied, with people reporting different degrees of effectiveness.

Restless Leg Syndrome Remedy #1: Exercise

In a condition that makes you want to move your legs, it seems only fitting that moving your legs more often may help alleviate symptoms. Studies have shown that people that exercise in moderation do find that their symptoms are relieved after a while. Working the legs directly with weight training has been shown to help, as has aerobic exercise.

It isn’t necessary to undergo heavy exercise. In fact, studies have shown that exercising too hard can make things worse. For infirm people, even just a walk around the block once a day could make the difference. Even a mild improvement could mean the difference between sleeping and not sleeping for many people.

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