Restless Legs Syndrome More Common With Greater Disability, Spinal Lesions

Restless Legs Syndrome More Common With Greater Disability, Spinal Lesions

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Restless Legs Syndrome More Common With Greater Disability, Spinal Lesions

Restless legs syndrome, the name given to the considerable discomfort people feel in their lower limbs, accompanied by an irresistible urge to move them, more frequently affects multiple sclerosis (MS) patients than the general public, and significantly impacts sleep quality, a case control study shows. While the type of MS treatment used was not associated with this syndrome’s presence, it was found to be more likely in patients with greater physical disability and spinal lesions. The study “Restless…

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