Restless legs syndrome (RLS, or Wittmaack-Ekbom's syndrome, which is not to be confused with Ekbom's syndrome) is a poorly understood and often misdiagnosed neurological disorder. Description RLS may be described as uncontrollable urges to move the limbs in order to stop uncomfortable, painful or odd sensations in the body, most commonly in the legs. Moving the affected body part eliminates the sensation, providing temporary relief. The sensations and need to move may return immediately ...
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Coping skills
... Restless legs syndrome is generally a lifelong condition. Living with RLS means developing coping strategies that work for you. The Restless Legs Syndrome Foundation recommends these approaches: Talk ...
Source: MayoClinic