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Hi, my son suffers from sleep apnea. I heard that it is also related to restless leg syndrome. How can it be prevented?

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Hi, sleep apnea can aggravate existing restless leg syndrome and lead to constant exhaustion. Restless Legs Syndrome (RLS) is a neurological disorder, manifested as urge to move the legs when they are at rest. The urge to move the legs is accompanied by unpleasant sensations during having rest. RLS symptoms occur during inactivity and movement relieves the tension. Symptoms of RLS are most severe in the evening and nighttime, and they usually cause sleep disrupt and chronic fatigue. It has been estimated that RLS is a common, under diagnosed and treatable condition. there is connection between sleep apnea and RLS, aggravating sleep disrupt.
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