Weak legs stretching at night

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Legs often feel weak and uncomfortable at night. This will make you eager to stretch and test your legs constantly, which will inhibit your sleep. Several problems can cause these symptoms. Getting the right diagnosis from your doctor is crucial so that you can deal with the problem and get the rest you need.

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Some diseases can cause leg discomfort, especially at rest. (Image: Medical Image/Photoelectric Image/Photoelectric Image/Getty Image)

Possible Cause

One of the most common causes of feeble legs and the need for continuous stretching at night is restless leg syndrome, which is a disease of unknown etiology. RLS generates the desire to move legs continuously, especially at night when reclining. Other medical problems that may cause similar symptoms are fibromyalgia and neurological-related diseases. You may also experience adverse effects of diabetes on limb circulation. Only a doctor can make an accurate diagnosis of your particular case. Other situations that may lead to leg weakness and stretching are excessive physical activity in a short period of time, excessive stimulation before bed and excessive strain caused by excessive stress.

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If your leg symptoms persist for more than two to three days, please arrange a visit. Be prepared to give your doctor an accurate health history, because he will rely on your description and account to help him form an accurate diagnosis. According to mayoclinic.Com, RLS is usually diagnosed after reporting symptoms and excluding other possible causes through blood and other tests. Make a list of all medicines, both prescription and over-the-counter, that you use to provide to health providers. Include any supplements you take in your drug list.

Family Care

After visiting the doctor, self-care activities were carried out while taking any medicine prescribed by the doctor. Changing your lifestyle, even if you have problems with your legs, can help you rest better at night. These include daily exercise, reducing caffeine intake and avoiding tobacco products. In the evening, you should practice a bedtime habit, including stretching, massage, meditation and a hot bath. Analgesics such as ibuprofen or aspirin may also be helpful before bedtime. If your feet may get cold or the indoor temperature may drop, wear socks to sleep. If you are too hot in bed, put on socks and go to bed. < p > < H3 > warning < / H3 > < p > pay attention to warning signs related to night leg problems. Symptoms include numbness in the legs and changes in color, especially when one or both legs turn blue. According to the New York Times health guidelines, cold and pale limbs may also indicate problems. In addition, swelling or fever in your limbs may indicate infection. If any such incidents occur or your condition deteriorates over time, please contact medical assistance as soon as possible, even if you have followed the doctor's advice and adopted family care methods.

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