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Does Magnesium Help Restless Legs Syndrome

Aching, itching and cramping sensations in the thighs, calves and feet are symptoms of restless legs syndrome, or RLS. For many people, these bothersome symptoms arise after periods of inactivity, generally at night. Because movement relieves the tension and tingling, most people lose sleep by pacin...
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    "Muscle spasms will get better with rest and time. The outlook is excellent for most people.Proper training techniques should prevent spasms from occurring regularly. If an irritated nerve caused the spasm, you might need more treatment and results can vary." Contact a physical therapist at SFSSPT to improve your technique #wemoveyou

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