If you only get mild symptoms of RLS, or only experience them occasionally, there are nondrug things you can do to ease the discomfort, reports Australia’s ABC.

“Obviously you can get up and move around, or another option is to change the temperature of your legs,” he said.

“Putting your legs in a warm bath, or hanging feet out the end of the bed to make them cold usually will settle down restless legs symptoms.”

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