Progressive Health Sedorum, Remedy for Restless Legs

Progressive Health Sedorum, Remedy for Restless Legs
Restless Leg Syndrome
RLS stands for Restless Leg Syndrome - a neurological disorder that affects the areas of the brain responsible for movement; primarily in the legs.
Because this condition often interferes with sleep, it is also considered a sleep disorder. Restless Leg Syndrome afflicts nearly 10% of the entire population in the United States.
Most forms are generally mild, and millions of individuals may not even know they suffer from this condition. As no cure for this condition currently exists, a treatment program which includes the use of nutritional supplements, exercise, proper diet, and standard medical treatments, is key for relieving the many troublesome symptoms of RLS.
Our Restless Legs Remedy, Sedorum, contains clinically evaluated ingredients that may positively impact the amount and quality of your sleep by lessening the severity of your RLS symptoms and reducing dependency of common prescription medications.
Restless Legs, At a Glance
Again, RLS is a disorder of the nervous system that affects the movement of the legs. Persons suffering from this condition often possess an irresistible urge to move their legs to relieve the sensations.
These "moving" sensations are usually worse when the individual is trying to rest; especially at night. RLS is associated with walking discomfort, stress, and ongoing sleep deprivation.
Signs and Symptoms of Restless Legs:
The International Restless Syndrome Study Group describes the following signs and symptoms for restless leg symptoms:
Strange itching, tingling, or crawling sensations, occurring deep within the legs, or arms
Restlessness - Floor pacing, rubbing the legs, tossing and turning when trying to rest
A constant, compelling urge to move limbs to relieve stress and/or sensations
Sleep disturbances other than apnea, as well as extreme fatigue and sleepiness during the day
Periodic Leg Movements, or PLMS (a potential disorder) - involves the periodic, repetitive, involuntary, jerking limb movements that occur in sleep or while awake. Some 80% of all RLS patients also suffer from this condition.
In the majority of RLS sufferers, symptoms are inconsistent and do not occur every day. It is possible to have short periods of activity and long periods of remission, or vice versa. Additionally, symptoms tend to get worse over time in approximately 65% of people with this condition, and may prove to be disabling.
Risk Factors:
RLS appears to affect women slightly more than men. Although this condition may occur at any age, it is most commonly reported in middle-aged and elderly adults. Younger persons have been known to suffer from this condition, as well as women in the last trimester of pregnancy.
Several other factors known to be associated with Restless Leg Syndrome include:
Genetic Disposition - RLS seems to run in families, although the exact gene has yet to be recognized.
Lower iron levels and Anemia - Decreased levels of iron has been shown to promote RLS symptoms.
Chronic Disease - Conditions associated with RLS onset include; kidney failure, Parkinson's disease, diabetes, and Rheumatoid Arthritis.
Caffeine, Alcohol, and/or Tobacco Use - Decreased intakes of either of these agents has been shown to improve symptoms.
Neurologic lesions - Though the cause is not clear, persons with spinal cord or peripheral nerve lesions often report symptoms of Restless Leg Syndrome.
Pharmaceuticals - Certain medications have been known to exacerbate symptoms. These can include; tricyclic antidepressants, lithium, anti-seizure and anti-nausea medications, SSRIs, and even some popular cold and allergy medications.
Diagnosing RLS
RLS is commonly misdiagnosed; often going undiagnosed. In fact, diagnosing this condition proved so difficult, researchers speculate that past sufferers were not diagnosed until about 10-20years after their initial symptoms surfaced (on average).
However, because of improvements in our knowledge of the disorder, RLS is now diagnosed earlier, usually when there are recurrent symptoms. A definitive diagnosis is vital for developing an effective and successful treatment program.
The basic criteria for diagnosing RLS was updated in 1995 by the International Restless Legs Syndrome Study Group:
Nocturnal worsening of symptoms, and
Motor restless
A desire to move the limbs, often associated with paresthesias or dysthesias
Symptoms that are the most troublesome, or present during rest, are partially or temporarily relieved by activity.
Conventional Treatments:
Because there is no cure for RLS, the primary goal of standard treatments is to eliminate symptoms.
Today, specialists treat Restless Leg Syndrome differently from individual to individual. As well, eliminating any secondary causes such as underlying conditions is paramount in achieving treatment success. Once you and your doctor have addressed any dietary concerns, implemented exercise and relaxation techniques, and have eliminated a potential, underlying causes, drug treatments are often initiated.
The majority of doctors who specialize in treating LS recommend drug treatment for patients who exhibit symptoms at least three nights per week. People who develop symptoms only occasionally, will likely be prescribed only when symptoms begin to appear, or during an active phase.
Heres how Sedorum, our RLS Remedy, can help your symptoms:
Although the majority of prescription medications have proven effective at diminishing the symptoms associated with RLS, individuals taking these drugs are subject to tolerance, augmentation, and dependency issues.
These side effects can be debilitating and often cause patients to search for other avenues in condition management.
Research has indicated that the ingredients found in Sedorum can effectively support your existing treatment program; potentially reducing restlessness, improving sleep quality, and reduces feelings of anxiety, without the use of harmful medicinals. Sedorum may act to support your central nervous system's sensory and motor functioning by supplying your body with condition-specific vitamins, minerals, amino acids, and botanicals.
Obtaining nutrients such as GABA, iron, B12, Calcium, Magnesium, and Glycine from Sedorum ensures that your body is well equipped in your fight against limb activity and lack of sleep.
9/10 customers are SATISFIED
Based on returns, testimonials, complaints, and feedback
I just want to let you know how happy I am with Sedorum.
It has greatly relieved my restless legs so that I can now actually sit on the couch for the evening. Before Sedorum I would spend half the night walking around the room!
I have tried numerous treatments, both medical and alternative, none of which provided much relief. Thank you!
- Sandy King
I just wanted you to know that Sedorum is the most effective product I have found for  RLS. I have suffered with many a sleepless night before I found this product. Sedorum has been a true life saver and I am very thankful for that!
The product works great and the price is fair! Can not get any better than that!
Faithful user,
JoLynn Grayson
Sedorum Supplement Facts
Serving Size 4 Capsules Amount Per Serving Daily Value
Servings Per Container 30
Folic Acid 5000 mcg 1250%
Vitamin B12 (Cyanocobalamin) 25 mcg 416%
Calcium (as Calcium Gluconate) 50 mg 5%
Iron (as Amino Acid Chelate) 25 mg 139%
Magnesium (as Magnesium Oxide) 175 mg 44%
Valerian Extract (Valeriana officinalis) (root) 250 mg *
Lemon Balm Extract (Melissa officinalis) (leaf) 50 mg *
GABA Powder 1500 mg *
Glycine 500 mg *
Other Ingredients: Vegetarian Capsule (Hypromellose), Rice Powder, Magnesium Stearate.
*Daily Value Not Established


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