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Hyland's Restful Legs™ PM -- 50 Quick Dissolving Tablets


Hyland's Restful Legs™ PM
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Hyland's Restful Legs™ PM -- 50 Quick Dissolving Tablets

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Hyland's Restful Legs™ PM Description

  • Homeopathic
  • Natural Relief
  • Calms Agitated Legs So You Can Sleep
  • Safe & Effective Relief
  • Relieve
    • Itching, Crawling, Tingling Sensation in Legs
    • Urge to Move Legs
    • Occasional Sleeplessness

Uses Temporarily relieve occasional symptoms of agitation and compelling urge to jerk or move legs to relieve itching, tingling, crawling sensations in the legs, with accompanying occasional sleeplessness and disrupted sleep.

 

Take Hyland's Restful Legs at the First Signs of Agitated Legs

• Safe and effective relief

• No Aspirin, Acetaminophen, Ibuprofen or Naproxen

• No known drug interactions


Directions

Adults and Children 12 years of over: Dissolve 2-3 tablets under tongue before bed to fall asleep, stay asleep, and relieve agitation of legs. If initial dose is not providing relief, dissolve 2-3 tablets under tongue every 15 minutes, for up to 6 doses.

Children under 12 years of age: Consult a physician.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.


Ingredients: Active Ingredients: Arsenicum album 12X HPUS, chamomilla 3X HPUS, coffea cruda 3X HPUS, lycopodium 6X HPUS, pulsatilla 6X HPUS, rhus toxicodendron 6X HPUS, sulphur 6X HPUS, zincum metallicum 12XHPUS. Inactive Ingredients: Acacia gum, lactose.

"HPUS" indicates that the active ingredients are in the official Homeopathic Pharmacopoeia of the United States.

Warnings

As with any drug, ask doctor before use if pregnant or breast-feeding.

Do not use: more than directed; if you have a known allergy or any ingredient in this product.

Consult a physician if symptoms persist for more than 7 days or worsen or you think you may have Restless Leg Syndrome.

In case of accidental overdose, contact a medical professional or Poison Control Center immediately.

In case of emergency, contact a medical professional or Poison Control Center immediately. Hyland's may also be contacted for emergency information about our products 24 hours a day, 7 days per week at (800) 624-9659.

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How does reflexology work?

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What to expect

A typical reflexology session usually lasts between 45 to 60 minutes. Usually, the client lies down or sits in a reclining chair during the treatment. Many people report that reflexology feels relaxing and soothing, like a foot rub done by a master. However, a reflexology session is not the same thing as a getting a feel-good massage treatment. The focused, intense pressure on some areas of the foot may feel uncomfortable or slightly painful. The discomfort can stem from blockages in energy flow in a specific part of your body.

Reflexology for stress and anxiety

While studies on reflexology are still somewhat scant, a 2014 study found that researchers gave people undergoing heart surgery a 20-minute foot reflexology treatment once a day for four days reported significantly lower levels of anxiety than those who didn’t. Also, pain levels seem to be connected to stress levels, and as such reflexology may also be useful for mitigating the experience of physical pain. In a review 17 studies of the psychological benefits of reflexology, researchers found that reflexology enhanced feelings of well-being. This in turn made it easier for people to manage their pain.

How to find a reflexologist

Look for a properly trained reflexologist who has registered with the Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council, American Reflexology Certification Board, or Reflexology Association of America.
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