Restless Legs SyndromeOverall supervision by Dr. Yuichi Inoue
Professor, Department of Somnology, Tokyo Medical University
Director, Yoyogi Sleep Disorder Center, Tokyo, Japan
People with restless legs syndrome experience a range of symptoms.
Do you have an unpleasant, sometimes-hard-to-describe feeling deep in your legs? Does it make you want to move or scratch them because of an unbearably itchy or hot feeling? Do the symptoms usually start in the evening and continue into the night? If you experience these kinds of symptoms, you may have restless legs syndrome (RLS).
Did you know that restless legs syndrome can be treated? If you suspect your symptoms could be caused by RLS, consult a neurologist or a specialist physician at a sleep clinic.
About Restless Legs Syndrome
Restless Legs Syndrome Q&A
- When is it necessary to see a doctor?
- Why, after starting treatment, do symptoms seem to worsen?
- Is RLS genetic?
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