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  • Q&A with Australian Health Practitioners

    Is it possible to have restless legs syndrome in other parts of the body?

    My partner things he has restless legs syndrome in his arm, is this possible?
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  • Dr David Cunnington

    Respiratory & Sleep Medicine Physician

    Specialist sleep physician delivering a high standard of clinical care to clients with complex sleep problems and promoting sleep health through research, education and advocacy. … View Profile

    Whilst the term ‘Restless legs syndrome’ is used, symptoms can occur in the arms. Most often people will have leg and arm symptoms together, but some people just have arm symptoms. 

  • The Sleep Health Foundation is dedicated to raising awareness of the importance of ‘valuing sleep’ as part of a healthy lifestyle alongside regular exercise, a … View Profile

    You can find out more about Restless Legs Syndrome on the Sleep Health Foundation website here.

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