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Restless Leg Syndrome

Restless leg Syndrome (RLS) is a condition best characterized by an uncontrollable involuntary urge to move the legs when at rest. Some of these symptoms include tingling, itching, crawling or burning sensation and is usually worse at night when lysing down. RLS is relieved by movement and walking. The incidence of RLS is 10-15% in the US and is most common in middle and older age groups.

restless leg syndrome

There is a great overlap in symptoms for RLS with venous disease. Chronic venous insufficiency and varicose veins can cause symptoms of RLS.

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