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Restless Leg Syndrome – When To See A Doctor

Restless Leg Syndrome – When To See A Doctor

Restless Leg Syndrome – When To See A Doctor
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It's appropriate to see a doctor about restless leg syndrome when it occurs frequently and really disrupt sleep, it can make it very difficult to fall asleep. Since restless leg syndrome occurs more in the evening hours, it can push bedtime back from 10 o'clock, 11 o'clock, midnight, one, two, 3:00 AM. For some patients, if it's getting in the way of one's life, affecting the quality of their life, making it hard to fall asleep at night, then it's definitely appropriate to seek medical attention.

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