Researchers at Göttingen University, Germany, have indicated that the motor nerve cells stimulate nerve excitability triggers incredible leg syndrome.
According to Dirk Czesni, "the mechanisms for Unknown Leg Syndrome are still not fully understood." We have shown that the nervous cells that supply muscle in the leg are responsible, "said the principal study authority published in the Journal of Physiology which could be an innovative development in RLS handling.
RLS is a common condition of the nervous system that causes incredible non-evolving incentive to move the legs. Patients complain about unpleasant symptoms such as tingling, burning and painful cramping sensations in the leg. More than 80% of people with RLS prove their legs tied or turn out impracticably, usually at night.
So far, it is believed that genetic mechanisms, metabolic and central nervous system cause RLS. For the first time, researchers show, in fact, not only the central nervous system but also the marginal nervous cells targeting their own muscles that are responsible. Due to increasing nerve cells that constrain muscle in the leg, an increasing number of signs are sent between nervous cells.
According to the research team of the University of Gottingen, the University of Sydney, and the University of Vanderbilt, targeting the delivery of messages between nervous cells to reduce the number of messages to normal levels can help prevent RLS symptoms. This could be achieved through new drugs that block essential ion channels for communication between nervous cells. Testing is already underway.