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Why curing restless leg syndrome may not cure insomnia

I've written about the link between restless leg syndrome and insomnia a number of times. Now it would appear that insomnia sufferers with restless leg syndrome (RLS) may be able to blame their brain chemistry. Researchers have found that those suffering from RLS have abnormally high levels of glutamate in [...]

Blame being left-handed for your lack of sleep

We came across an interesting snippet of information in our research today; apparently, if you're left-handed you're more likely to suffer from periodic limb movement disorder - a sleep disorder that's closely related to restless leg syndrome. Unfortunately, the study doesn't explain why those who are left-handed seem to be [...]

Are leg cramps the cause of your insomnia?

We know that many people suffer from insomnia due to restless leg syndrome, but we've recently learned that leg cramps are actually a separate condition and may be more common than once thought. Those suffering from restless leg syndrome (Willis-Ekbom disease) often experience a steady, uncomfortable feeling in their legs [...]

New study may help diabetics with restless leg syndrome

We already know there's a link between restless leg syndrome and insomnia. We also know that diabetics tend to get less sleep than those without the condition. So, what if you're living with the double-whammy - diabetes and restless leg syndrome? Well, we just came across some research that you [...]

How to calm your restless leg syndrome and improve your sleep

There's a strong link between restless leg syndrome and insomnia - we've written about it numerous times. So today, we thought we'd dig around for some tips on relieving your RLS. We found that you should avoid (or reduce your intake of) tobacco, alcohol and caffeine as these can make [...]