Restless Legs Syndrome

Created:   2/7/2012
Contains:  11 items
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Sleep Thief: Restless legs syndrome disrupts more than sleep—it has been linked to heart disease and diabetes, too. Here's how to get the condition under control.

Paturel, Amy

Neurology Now. 11(3):46-48, June/July 2015.

Restless legs syndrome disrupts more than sleep—it has been linked to heart disease and diabetes, too. Experts explain how to get the condition under control.

Night Moves

GAMBLE, KATE HUVANE

Neurology Now. 6(2):26-30, March-April 2010.

It's a condition that affects as many as 12 million Americans yet is often misdiagnosed—and misunderstood. With a name like “restless legs syndrome,” it may not sound like such a bad thing. But to those who live with it, RLS can be unbearable. Here, we put some common misperceptions to rest and discuss the latest options for treatment.

The Risks of Slumber

MACREADY, NORRA

Neurology Now. 3(3):14-20, May-June 2007.

It's only snoring, right? Maybe. But it could be a symptom of obstructive sleep apnea, a common and overlooked condition that puts your brain and heart at serious risk. Here's what you need to know about who is at risk, the signs and symptoms, and diagnosis and treatment.