It is often difficult to separate some normal feelings from restless leg syndrome rls symptoms the following are questions to ask the Care recipient (cr) to see if she may have rls if they find most of the questions are true it may indicate rls

Try: When you sit or lie down do you have a strong desire to move your legs does your desire to move your legs feel difficult to avoid does your desire to move your legs often occur when you are resting or sitting still does moving your legs make the symptoms feel better do you complain of these symptoms more at night do your ever have involuntary leg movements while you are awake are you tired or unable to concentrate during the day do any of your family members have a history of rls symptoms

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References: Helpguide org

Keywords: Sleep problems restless legs

*This information is listed as a Tip and is not explicitly medically licensed

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