If you answer yes to the below question, you probably have Restless Leg Syndrome (RLS): When you try to relax in the evening or sleep at night, do you ever have an unpleasant restless feeling in your legs that is relieved by getting up, walking around or by movement? If you have this combination of symptoms and have answered yes, you most likely have RLS. RLS is most commonly diagnosed in middle age however it can occur in children and affect adolescence and up to 50% of cases are genetic. There are a number of factors involved that can cause RLS and those factors are not common for every single person, thereby requiring different interventions. We discuss factors involved and offer advice on how to combat RLS by avoiding possible triggers and restore a restful night’s sleep the Living Naturally way.
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