Massage Therapy For Restless Legs Syndrome
According to The National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke that poor circulation may be related to Restless Leg Syndrome. Restless legs syndrome (RLS) describes the condition where leg sensations cause an almost irresistible urge to move the lower limbs, usually right before sleep. RLS affects as many as 10 percent of Americans. For the projected millions of people struggling with restless legs, bodywork is one of the favored approaches to lessen this disruptive, potentially painful, sleep-depriving condition. Typically characterized by creeping, crawling, burning, tingling or aching, a person living with this syndrome feels a need to move their legs to relieve these sensations. Considered a central nervous system disorder, RLS often interferes with resting or falling asleep.
Massaging your leg muscles will help ease your RLS symptoms. Many health organizations, such as the National Institutes of Health and the National Sleep Foundation, suggest it is an at-home treatment. Base on our clients feedback. 1 hour session 3 times a week for 3 weeks. Clients feels better and the Restless Legs Syndrome feels relaxed. The key point here is to bring back good circulation. Massage is known to boost circulation, because the pressure provided by your therapist helps move blood through congested areas. Releasing that pressure makes new and fresh blood flow in, while also improving circulation of the lymph fluid that removes metabolic waste from your muscles and internal organs. It adds up to improved body function as well as lower blood pressure.
Keep in mind that what works for one person may not work for others, and you may need to try several different alternative treatments if you are not getting any better with the massage. Keep trying until you find the treatment plan that works for you.
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Disclaimer: The content of all article is informational only, cannot be substitute for medical advice. For proper diagnosis, you should seek a medical Doctor or Specialist. Let your doctor know you’re trying massage, exercises or doing cleanse for your body, and be sure to follow any doctors standard treatment plans you may have.