Health Tip: What May Trigger Restless Leg
(HealthDay News) -- Restless leg syndrome is characterized by
uncomfortable feelings in the legs and feeling the urgent need to
The U.S. National Library of Medicine says possible triggers of
restless leg syndrome include:
- Having a family history of the condition.
- Being pregnant.
- Having an iron deficiency.
- Having side effects from certain medications.
- Having Parkinson's disease.
- Having chronic kidney disease.
- Having peripheral neuropathy.
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