Restless Leg Syndrome affects millions of Americans daily. The symptoms can be annoying to debilitating. The cause of Restless Leg Syndrome (RLS) can be hard to pin down.
I personally believe that RLS can be caused by the muscles in the hips and legs being chronically tight and chronically deconditioned. As I have mentioned in previous articles, when a muscle gets tight and irritated it can fall into a pattern of spasm and inflammation and form trigger points. These trigger points can stay around for months if not years.
If let go long term, these tight and irritated muscles with trigger points can cause pain, tingling, numbness, muscle spasm, uncontrolled twitches, and other symptoms, mostly issues associated with RLS. Continue reading Exercises for Restless Leg Syndrome