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Los Angeles CA Restless Limb Syndrome Diagnosis/Therapy – Online Guide Released

Southern California Pulmonary and Sleep Disorders Medical Center, a sleep disorders diagnosis and treatment center in Los Angeles, has released an online guide examining the condition known as Restless Limb Syndrome (RLS). The center seeks to help individuals recognize the symptoms of various disruptive sleep conditions to provide guidance for appropriate therapies and solutions.

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The recently released guide looks at the known types of Restless Limb Syndrome and explores possible causes and associated conditions to aid diagnosis and treatment.

RLS is a disorder characterized by an uncontrollable impulse to move one’s limbs in accompanying response to unpleasant aches, tingles, or crawling sensations. Discomfort can occur throughout the day, but the condition is particularly disruptive during the evening and at night, making it difficult for affected individuals to rest for need of constant movement.

Southern California Pulmonary and Sleep Disorders Medical Center offers clients advice and treatment options concerning troublesome sleep-related conditions.

The center’s online guide provides a general introduction to RLS, supplying term definitions, medical considerations, and possible steps for treatment.

Readers can expect an overview of the primary and secondary types of RLS, noting causal differences based either on genetics or underlying medical conditions.

Suggestions for treatment are also included, starting with a physician’s visit to safely narrow down the most likely source of the condition before taking further action through medication or behavioral changes.

Visitors interested in at-home diagnosis information may also follow a link to access the International Restless Limb Syndrome (IRLS) rating scale, which gives a simple way to rate the severity of RLS symptoms prior to professional consultation.

With this latest release, Southern California Pulmonary and Sleep Disorders Medical Center continues to provide useful resources to address sleep disorders and help diagnosed sufferers gain relief through informed consultation.

A center spokesperson said: “Sleep disorders will affect almost two thirds of all Americans at some point during their lives. Accessible, informed diagnosis is key to receiving recommendations and treatments you can trust.”

Interested parties can find more information by visiting

Southern California Pulmonary and Sleep Disorders Medical Center
Southern California Pulmonary and Sleep Disorders Medical Center
317 S. Moorpark Road

Thousand Oaks
United States

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