22 September 2015

Action point


Suffering from restless legs at bedtime? Start off by asking your doctor to check your iron levels.

Iron deficiency anaemia is one of the most common causes of restless legs.

If your iron level is okay, try taking magnesium supplements, which are known to reduce the symptoms of restless legs.

Visit our Sleep Centre for more on managing your insomnia.


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