Is restiffic right for you?
Are you experiencing symptoms of RLS?
- Are you experiencing the usual symptoms of RLS? These include itchy legs, tingling in legs, or crawling sensation in the legs. Having trouble falling sleep or staying still in bed for hours on end? Shaking legs or keeping active in order to feel relief? You will want to consult with your physician to determine whether your symptoms are due to RLS or not.
Do you have a history of using medication or at home remedies to help your RLS?
- Have you recently used medication such as gabapentin, ropinirole, or magnesium to treat your RLS? If so, we recommend that you lessen and eventually stop using medication when considering restiffic RLS. Discuss with your doctor about implementing restiffic into your usual regimen.
- Do not use if you have neuropathy, poor circulation, peripheral vascular disease, varicose veins, deep vein thrombosis, a history of blood clots, or foot and/or leg swelling.
- Do not wear if you have breaks, bruises, sprains, wounds, sores, fragile skin, cuts, rashes, or abrasions involving your feet and/or legs.
Consulting a physician
- Ask your doctor if the time is right for you to try restiffic to treat your condition.
- Consult with your doctor if you have diabetes, kidney failure, heart problems, are pregnant, or have any other medical condition that may contraindicate the use of restiffic.
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