The Effects of CBD Oil on Restless Leg Syndrome
CBD oil is safely used for many conditions, including pain management. Could it help relieve your restless leg syndrome symptoms?
Does Magnesium Help Restless Leg Syndrome?
Can magnesium stop the twitching and cramping of restless leg syndrome? Maybe — but you should first find out what is causing your restless leg syndrome and get that treated.
Does Alcohol Exacerbate Restless Leg Syndrome?
Could alcohol cause restless leg syndrome? Although no definitive link between drinking before bedtime and RLS has been determined, alcohol may nevertheless exacerbate the pins-and-needles sensation, itching, and other uncomfortable symptoms of RLS.
Essential Oils for Restless Legs Syndrome
Can plant extracts cure the uncomfortable sensations in your legs that keep you up at night?
What You Need to Know About Restless Legs Syndrome Medication
Does the constant need to move your legs keep you up at night? Fortunately, there are several therapies for restless leg syndrome, including medications and varicose veins treatments.
Treatment for Restless Legs Syndrome
Restless Legs Syndrome (RLS) is a common condition, affecting 2-4% of the adult population. Although its cause is not completely known there may be an association between RLS and chronic venous insufficiency.
Are Your Varicose Veins Affecting Your Sleep?
Having trouble falling asleep? It could be due to varicose veins.
Will Treating My Varicose Veins Cure My Restless Legs Syndrome?
If RLS is keeping you up at night, it could be due to varicose veins. If you suffer from both restless leg syndrome (RLS) and varicose veins, you’re not alone; several scientific studies have documented a link between the two conditions.
Breakthrough Discovered for Patients with Restless Legs Syndrome
Are trembling limbs keeping you up at night? Recent research predicts a new treatment for restless legs syndrome. For the 10%
What is Restless Leg Syndrome? | by Dr. Carabasi
Restless leg syndrome or RLS is a neurological disorder that affects many adults and even some children in the U.S. The condition is characterized by an uncomfortable sensation and an almost irresistible urge to move the legs. Movement tends to relieve the discomfort, but must be repeated for an extended period of time to maintain the relief.