Restless Legs Syndrome Might Raise Risk of Suicide, Self-Harm
People with restless legs syndrome (RLS) have nearly three times the risk of suicide and self-harm, which indicates that there may be a link between the physical condition and mental health.
Restless Legs Linked to Brain Changes
The people with restless legs syndrome also had a decrease in the brain region where nerve fibers connect the two sides of the brain, according to the study published online April 25 in the journal Neurology.
Can Allergy Meds Worsen Restless Legs Syndrome?
Some over-the-counter antihistamines might cause painful sensations that disrupt sleep, expert says
FDA OKs First Device for Restless Legs Syndrome
The FDA has approved Relaxis, the first device to improve sleep in patients with restless legs syndrome (RLS).
Restless Legs Syndrome Tied to Earlier Death Risk
Older men with condition have 39 percent increase in mortality, study suggests
Drugs May Help Relieve Restless Legs Syndrome
Review found two types of approved medications helped most patients with moderate to severe symptoms