Restless Legs Syndrome

Definition of Restless Legs Syndrome:

A neurological disorder involving irresistible urges to move one's body to stop uncomfortable or odd sensations.  This condition involves 'creepy-crawly' sensations, mainly in the legs but occasionally in the arms and trunk.  The sensations have the following features:
- Occur during periods of inactivity
- Become more severe at night
- Are tied to an overwhelming urge to move the limb
- Are sometimes relieved by movement of the limb
- Often cause difficulty staying or falling asleep, leading to fatigue.

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