Restless leg syndrome affects 3 million people every year in America alone. This condition is still really mysterious to the medical community, with “no known cure.”
Typical experiences of people who have restless leg syndrome are an uncontrollable urge to move the legs, a “twitchy” feeling like something is crawling on or inside your legs and it seems to affect people age 40 and older a lot more than those of younger age.
Stefan surprised me with this topic…the first episode in a new series we’re trying out for Mobility Mastery Monday: Pop Q&A! I have no idea what he’ll ask me before we start filming these episodes, and we just take it from there.
What if restless leg syndrome could go away fast?
Why does it seem so mysterious to modern science and the medical community?
What the heck is restless leg syndrome anyway?
I am NOT a doctor, and this isn’t intended as medical advice, nor is it meant to diagnose or cure anyone. I offer some of my experience and opinions.
What if your legs are simply twitchy and restless?
What if there’s a reason for this?
What if you could get relief today?
Watch the video above, and then please share and comment!
If you have restless leg syndrome and want to find out if fascial release can help, my top recommendations are releasing your hamstring and calf fascia.
Here’s my hamstring self-help technique using a lacrosse ball and weight plate:
Below is the overall BEST lower leg compartment and calf release technique:
If you can’t get into the position of the above technique, try this calf release instead:
Please share this post if you know anyone struggling with restless leg syndrome, and if you have comments or questions drop them below!
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See ya next time 🙂