Restless Legs Syndrome

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If you struggle with unpleasant leg sensations that compel you to move your legs, you may have restless legs syndrome, a condition that should be treated early because symptoms usually worsen over time. Our sleep experts specialize in restoring sleep for patients with restless legs syndrome.

What is restless legs syndrome?

Restless legs syndrome is a neurological sleep disorder that makes you have an overwhelming urge to move your legs. Restless legs syndrome makes it difficult to get comfortable enough to fall asleep. The symptoms are usually worse at night. The sensation is difficult for some people to describe. You may lie down and begin to feel burning or itching inside your legs. If you move your legs or get up and walk around, these symptoms may go away. The discomfort may return when you try again to go to sleep. 

What are the symptoms of restless legs syndrome?

In some restless legs syndrome cases, you may have trouble sitting still for long periods of time. Long car rides or airplane travel may be difficult.

Many people wait years to seek treatment because they do not view it as a serious concern. If left untreated, you may notice that your symptoms become more frequent and severe.

Restless legs syndrome may cause you to get fewer hours of sleep each night. Many people with severe cases get less than five hours of sleep per night. Milder cases do not disturb your sleep as much, though the sleep may be of poorer quality.

What is the impact of restless legs syndrome?

The accumulated sleep loss from restless legs syndrome can make you excessively sleepy during the daytime, cause you to be irritable and make concentration difficult. This may have a major impact on your professional and personal life. People with restless legs syndrome are more likely to have depression or anxiety.

Restless legs syndrome is almost always manageable through medication and a number of lifestyle changes.

Our sleep experts have helped hundreds of patients in treating restless legs syndrome.  Consult with them to be evaluated and treated. 

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