What is RLS?
Restless Legs Syndrome or RLS, is a common and treatable neurologic disorder. It is estimated that up to 7–10 percent of the U.S. population is living with the disease. RLS results in an irresistible urge to move the legs or other parts of the body, often accompanied by unusual or unpleasant sensations that may be described as creeping, tugging or pulling. Because symptoms most often occurs in the evening, they can severely disrupt sleep and reduce quality of life.
Basics of RLS - Free Webinar
Speaker: Michael Silber, M.B., Ch.B.
This webinar covers the basics of RLS for patients newly diagnosed or who have known RLS but would like to learn more about the disorder. Approximately 7-8% of the population struggle with RLS, with 2-3% severely affected and experiencing significant impact on their daily life.
Watch this webinar to learn:
- What is RLS
- How to recognize RLS
- What may be confused with RLS
- Self-help for RLS
- How RLS should be treated
- What is augmentation and should I be concerned
Click here to watch this informational, one hour webinar.
If you have RLS, you are not alone. Questions? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org today!