Insights into Neurobiology of Restless Legs Syndrome interviews Salas Rachel Marie E. Salas, MD, MEHP, FAAN.

One of “the worlds largest” clinically-profound and scientifically related consequences of this sicknes process is an increased arousal regime creating significant wake during sleep times and a relative sustainable stage of daytime alertness despite the degree of diseased-imposed sleep loss. The focus of most previous RLS research has been on the( wing) akathisia with associated periodic fluctuations and reduction of these with dopaminergic therapy. Little experiment has been done to understand the broader biological magnitudes of RLS.

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