How to Treat Restless Leg Syndrome

When it’s time to kick your feet up and relax, there can be all sorts of little challenges
that will push your patience to it’s limits. One of the more common things like this can be
found in restless leg syndrome. People who suffer from restless leg syndrome can
experience minor annoyances such as feelings of itching, unsettling sensations that
make them feel as though they’re being crawled on, or even pain. This intrusion can
even make sleep difficult, but you’ll be happy to know that there are accessible
treatments for this disorder.

Keep reading to learn more about restless leg syndrome and how you can start to
manage it.

-Avoid Possible Factors

Sometimes you might find that you have habits or obstacles that could be aggravating
restless leg syndrome (RLS) symptoms. These are likely to include certain medications,
lack of sleep, excess stress, and even vitamin deficiency. Do your best to get proper
rest, specifically to find out what your optimum amount of sleep may be. Sleeping too
much, or not enough can cause a range of issues. Keep a handle on your stress, and
be sure to have an effective exercise routine that you can do each week. Focus on
maintaining good nutrition, and be sure to know of any possible side effects that may
come from medication you take.


Massage is one of the oldest and most enduring forms of healing. It’s possible for
nerves to become choked out by various forms of blockages in the body, and lymph
nodes that don’t have lymph flowing to them efficiently are likely to be sites where the
body experiences soreness and buildups of wastes. Some researchers have even
suggested that lymphedema can have a direct effect on daily life and can be closely
related to RLS. Patients who got massage have been recorded to benefit massively
after massage with symptoms only returning after a period of discontinued massage


When the human body in doing exercise, not only is it flooded with wide range of
endorphins, but the movement also increases blood and lymph circulation. This
increased circulation has been recorded repeatedly in testing, so if you are experiencing
RLS and you have a sedentary lifestyle, then a lack of exercise could reveal itself to be
a major factor. If this isn’t the case, then further testing might be required.

-Nutritional Deficiency

Though not the most direct cause often, RLS sufferers have been shown to benefit
directly from vitamin and mineral supplementation. Minerals such as magnesium, and
iron, or vitamins like D, and C have been known to be associated with neuroreception.
This means that these essential elements can help your body to communicate more
easily with all of its varied tissues to make a healthier, faster, more efficient and all
around better you.

In many cases, treatment includes doctor supervision and prescription medications. If
you have suspect you have restless leg syndrome, don’t hesitate to talk to your doctor
and find out what the different treatment options are.

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