Q: What are signs of chronic movement disorder?

A:
Symptoms of Chronic Movement Disorder are excessive blinking, grimaces of the face, quick movements of the arms, legs, or other areas, and sounds (grunts, throat clearing, contractions of the abdomen or diaphragm). Check with your doctor.


Restless leg syndrome (RLS, restless legs syndrome) is a common cause of painful legs. The leg pain of restless leg syndrome typically eases with motion of the legs and becomes more noticeable at rest. Restless leg syndrome also features worsening of symptoms and leg pain during the early evening or later at night.

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