RESTLESS LEG SYNDROME OR WILLIS-EKBOM DISEASE (RLS)
It is a sensori-motor neurological disorder characterized by an irresistible urgency to move the legs to obtain relief from a strange and uncomfortable sensation in the legs. Partial or complete relief may result from movement such as walking, stretching, or bending of the legs.
The prevalence of RLS ranges from 7-11% in the general population, RLS caused by reduced central nervous system (CNS) iron and dopamine deficiency. RLS is more common in pregnancy and iron deficiency anemia.
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