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Comment from: KTP [Visitor]
Hi,

I was diagnosed with a mild form of what mostly likely was RLS. I also suffer from an autoimmune problem. For this I'm taking Low Dose Naltrexon (LDN). This completely got rid of my RLS.

19/08/09 @ 17:34
Comment from: Peoples-health [Visitor] Email · http://peoples-health.com
Restless legs syndrome (RLS) is a condition that is characterised by an irresistible urge to move one's legs. It is poorly understood , often misdiagnosed, and believed to be a neurological disorder. Many doctors express the view that the incidence of restless leg syndrome is exaggerated by manufacturers of drugs used to treat it. Other physicians consider it a real entity that has specific diagnostic criteria. Many people tap their feet or shake their legs resulting from a nervous tic, consumption of stimulants, drug side-effects or other factors; this is usually innocuous, unnoticed, and does not interfere with daily life, quite distinct from Restless Leg Syndrome.
19/09/09 @ 00:40

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