Restless Legs

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Last Updated: 02 May 2022
reduced neural synchrony in patients with restless legs syndrome during a visual oddball task. "reduced neural synchrony in patients with restless legs syndrome during a visual oddball task.", by Choi JW, Ko D, Lee GT, Jung KY, Kim KH. pone-0042312-g003: Spatiotemporal pattern of gamma-band phase synchronization (GBPS).(A) Temporal evolution of GBPS pattern. Upper and lower panels correspond to control and RLS groups, respectively. The time (ms) indicates the midpoint of the 50 ms interval...

Restless legs disorder causes a powerful urge to move your legs. When you are lying down or resting, your legs end up being unpleasant. Moving makes your legs feel better, yet not for long. RLS can make it difficult to go to sleep and stay asleep. Some medications can cause short-lived RLS. Medicines may reduce the symptoms of RLS if those do not work. Most individuals with RLS additionally have a problem called regular limb movement disorder. PLMD is a condition in which an individual's legs shiver or snag uncontrollably, usually during sleep. PLMD and RLS can additionally impact the arms.

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