Dr. Madison shares the differing degrees of severity a woman could experience with restless leg syndrome.
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Restless leg syndrome is generally described first of all as I mentioned about this, this weird vague sensory problem makes it hard to get to sleep. And what we look for in terms of when a person needs to be on medications is how many nights a week does a women have hard time getting to sleep. If their symptoms affect the ability to get to sleep at least two or more nights a week and that considered time to be considering medication, meaning pills to help with treating this. However, if you’re fairly mild, meaning less in two times a week, there are things that should be done to try to reduce the symptoms as well as hopefully delay the time that you might need to be on medication.
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