A study in Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine found restless legs syndrome in pregnant women was associated with a greater likelihood of poor sleep quality, poor daytime function and excessive daytime sleepiness, compared with the absence of this condition. The findings were based on 1,563 women who were in their third trimester of pregnancy.
Study ties restless legs syndrome to sleep problems in pregnancy
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