Harvard Health Letter

Ask the doctor: Restless leg treatments

Restless legs syndrome causes unpleasant sensations in, and sudden spontaneous movements of, the legs-typically during sleep or when at rest during the day. Exercises, heating pads, hot tubs, and several medicines may provide sufficient relief.

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