Restless Leg Syndrome Effective, Natural Therapy
Are you or someone you know suffering from Restless Leg Syndrome? There may be an effective therapy that is perfect for you!
By: Parkinson's Clinic International
Before embarking on more involved program we recommend basic blood tests for thyroid hormones, glucose, iron and magnesium, because imbalances in these factors can result in neurologic or muscular dysregulation.
Magnesium, is essential for appropriate functioning of the nerves and muscles. Low levels of magnesium might lead to nerves and muscles malfunction.
Iron deficiency is prevalent in the vast majority of people with RLS.
Knowing if you are deficient in Vitamin B6, folic acid and specific forms of Vitamin B12 could be extremely helpful in addressing RLS.
Restless Leg Syndrome is also call Parkinson's phase zero, because just like in Parkinson's disease those with RLS suffer from a dopamine deficiency. Dopamine is a neurotransmitter that affects many functions in the body. Symptoms of dopamine deficiency include constipation, digestive difficulties, low libido, excessive sleepiness, movement disorders, tremors, difficulty to control muscle movement, decline in physical strength, forgetfulness, aggression, depression, mood swings, lack of concentration and many more..
In fact, conventional medicine uses the same medications (Sinemet, Mirapex, Requip….) to treat RLS and Parkinson's disease. These medications are intended to increase dopamine. However to be effective dopamine must be balanced with other essential neurotransmitters. Long-term use of prescription medications like Sinemet comes with side effects that can compromise your health.
RLS can be effectively managed long term with a specific combination of medically developed amino acids. This nutritional therapy protocol includes Mucuna Pruriens, 5-HTP, Cysteine and Vitamin B6 effectively addresses all imbalances without of side effects and long term problems of prescription drugs.
Support yourself with the necessary nutrients and, if you don't get desired symptom relief, consider contacting health professional specializing in amino acid therapy.
To see a video of a man who received this therapy, click here (https://www.youtube.com/
About Parkinson's Clinic International
Parkinson's Clinic International has highly skilled therapists trained by the medical team responsible for the research and development of the Amino Acids (neurotransmitters)
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Cathy D Claterbaugh