Have You Ever Thought That Your Legs Have A Mind Of Their Own and When They Say, "Move", You Follow?
If Yes, You May Be One of the Millions of Americans Who Suffer from Restless Leg Syndrome (RLS)
Untreated Restless Leg Syndrome (RLS) Can Lead to Additional Health Problems
And, if left untreated you are at risk for other issues, such as:
- Excessive daytime sleepiness
- Restless sleep
But there's no need to continue to have your sleep interrupted now, or in the future, and we'd like to help. And your good night's sleep begins with a confidential consultation and evaluation by your family physician or sleep specialist, who can accurately diagnose your condition and explore treatment options with you.
However, if you're like many people, you may not be certain that the symptoms you're experiencing (or observing in others) are signs of restless leg syndrome. If so, use the following "Restless Leg Syndrome Symptoms Checklist" - which was designed by medical professionals and sleep experts - to help you determine if you, or someone you know, may be suffering from restless leg syndrome and should consult a physician.
Restless Leg Syndrome (RLS) Symptoms Checklist
If you are experiencing just one of the symptoms included in the list above, you should call us toll-free today at 866-499-1588. You can also use our online Appointment Request Form to schedule a confidential consultation with one of our board-certified sleep physicians.
When you call, we will answer your questions, listen to your concerns, and / or schedule you for a confidential consultation with one of our board-certified sleep physicians, who will explore the possible causes of your sleeping problem and offer you solutions for treating it.
So, please call us toll-free at 866-499-1588 so we can help you as well.
What is RLS?
Restless leg syndrome is a common movement disorder where sufferers feel the need to move their legs while trying to fall asleep. People of all ages are susceptible to restless leg syndrome, although it is more common among older adults, pregnant women, and people with poor circulation.
RLS can occur for short periods of time or the condition may literally last a lifetime.
A variety of physical and lifestyle factors can cause restless leg syndrome, such as:
- Low blood iron levels
- Poor blood circulation in the legs
- Nerve problems in the spine or legs
- Muscle disorders
- Kidney disorders
- Certain vitamin or mineral deficiencies