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Total Joint Replacement Educational Series Part 15: Restless Leg Syndrome by Dr. Tony DiGioia Medical Doctor Posted Fri 10 Oct 2008 2:12pm 2 Comments RESTLESS LEG SYNDROME (RLS) What is "restless leg syndrome?" Restless leg is a neurological disorder in which people feel the urge to move the legs when at rest.   People often describe the sensation as burning, creeping, or pain in the legs, which can range from uncomfortable to extremely painful.   This sensation usua ... Read on »
Restless Legs Syndrome: Forget the Media Hype by Total Health Breakthroughs Patient Expert Posted Fri 07 Aug 2009 11:38am 1 Comment Do you have restless legs syndrome?  Maybe you just think you do thanks to the advertising savvy of pharmaceutical companies who make millions exaggerating this rare condition.  They’ve been so successful, that it’s become an epidemic in a population of restless yet inactive people who may really just be suffering from a common mineral defi ... Read on »
Restless Legs Syndrome 2 by Liz B. Registered Nurse Posted Sat 17 Jan 2009 2:53am 2 Comments Does Restless Legs Syndrome Disturb Your Sleep? Do you suffer from Restless Leg Syndrome (RSL)?  RLS is a strange condition, the cause isn’t completely certain and there is no real cure.  The only real hope for you if you have restless leg syndrome is that this is usually not a permanent problem.  It will afflict you for a while and then ju ... Read on »
Understanding the Symptoms of Restless Leg Syndrome by rajesh moganti Posted Sun 22 Nov 2009 10:01pm Restless leg syndrome is a very real problem that causes a sudden desire to move your legs. It is important to have an understanding of restless leg syndrome in order to obtain targeted treatment. Understanding the symptoms of restless leg syndrome can help your doctor obtain a proper diagnosis, and is based on history and description of the symp ... Read on »
Chiropractic can help restless leg syndrome. by Carol Grant Posted Fri 16 Oct 2009 10:02pm Restless Leg Syndrome is a conditions that lately has come to my Chiropractic office in groups. Lately, I have been seeing a number of patients with Restless Leg syndrome and actually have been helping some of them. Many people wonder exactly what is going on and I hope I can clear up some confusion. How do you know you have Restless Leg S ... Read on »
sleep disorder affecting the legs: restless leg syndrome by Doris C. Complimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Thu 11 Sep 2008 2:00am There is a sleep disorder that affects the legs. It is widely known as “restless leg syndrome”, known as RLS, a sleep disorder that afflicts more than 15 percent of adults. Interestingly, it affects more women than men and the incidence of restless leg syndrome increases with age. Certain medical conditions, such as diabetes, arthritis and varico ... Read on »
Celiac Disease is Associated with Restless Legs Syndrome (RLS) by adventuresgfmom Posted Mon 02 Nov 2009 12:00am I am sick with the flu, so I will not be cooking for a few days! In the meantime, if I have any moments of sound mind (I get really loopy when I have a fever), I thought I would post links to interesting CD and DH research that I find online. Celiac Disease Is Associated with Restless Legs Syndrome. Weinstock LB ... Read on »
Celiac Disease Screening Recommended for Restless Leg Syndrome (RLS) with Iron Deficiency by Eileen Simpson Patient Expert Posted Tue 10 Feb 2009 11:30am 02/09/2009 - Doctors are recommending simple, low-cost blood tests to screen for celiac disease in patients who have Restless Leg Syndrome (RLS) with low serum ferritin, but who otherwise show no clear cause for iron deficiency. Low iron reserves are a known risk factor Restless Leg Syndrome, as blood iron levels below 45-50ng/mL ... Read on »
Restless Leg Syndrome (RLS) by Living well Patient ExpertFacebook Posted Mon 10 Nov 2008 4:44pm I was in bed one night this week and I kept moving my legs around because I had this lingering pain in them. I stayed awake most of the night because it was so irritating! I got up in the morning still feeling the pain, but not as bad as it was when I was lying down in the bed. I thought about associating situations I go thru with Multiple ... Read on »