What is it?
Restless legs syndrome (RLS) is a neurological disorder. It is uncontrollable and urges your legs to move. The urge to move the legs may occur either in the evening or in the night time. The patient during these times feels uncomfortable while sitting or lying down. Moving the legs may help to ease the unpleasant feeling for some time. It is also referred to as Willis Ekbom disease or Sleep disorder disease.
RLS is of two types.