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Diagnosing Restless Legs Syndrome

    If you are experiencing symptoms of restless legs syndrome, or RLS, consult your doctor. Before making a diagnosis, your doctor will ask you questions about your family health history (for example, if you have any family members with RLS) and will take note of symptoms like sleepiness or insomnia.

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    If you have restless legs syndrome, or RLS, you know that tugging or pulling feeling in your legs. You might feel an overpowering urge to move them, especially at night. This can make it really hard to sleep. There is no cure for RLS, but there are some non-drug steps you can try to get relief from your symptoms. Here are a few. Good sleep routine. Throwing off your sleep pattern can make your RLS symptoms worse. Try going to bed at the same time every night and getting up at the same time...

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    Reviewed by Richard Senelick, MD on February 07, 2015
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