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Study finds link between Fibromyalgia and Restless Legs Syndrome

SEATTLE, WASHINGTON (KWWL) -- A new study finds adults with Fibromyalgia have a high rate of Restless Legs Syndrome.

Researchers at the University of Washington discovered Fibromyalgia patients were 11 times more likely to have RLS than their healthy peers.

Sleep problems often plague people with Fibromyaglia.

So experts say treating Restless Legs Syndrome may be a key to reducing fatigue and improving their quality of life.

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