If you, or someone you know, has restless leg syndrome, you’ll know how uncomfortable it can be. Symptoms include burning, twitching and crawling, and can be worse at night, making sleeping difficult.
Restless leg syndrome, or RLS, is a nerve condition, and because nerve health can be affected by diabetes, this may explain why people with diabetes are more likely to develop RLS.
However, there are a number of strategies that people use to improve RLS symptoms, and many of these stem from making lifestyle changes.
In this video we look at 7 lifestyle changes to help you deal with restless leg syndrome.