May 272011

Allen et al surveyed 266 people under treatment for RLS for symptoms of augmentation. Fully 20% treated for ~2.7 years had definite or very likely augmentation; only 25% were completely free of augmentation symptoms, as assessed using NIH guidelines. Sleep Med 2011;12:431-439.

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Augmentation common during treatment for restless legs syndrome