Restless Legs Syndrome is diagnosed by the constant moving of your legs and sometimes arms, movement while sleeping, and sometimes, more violent than just simple jerks. When seeking help from a physician the primary method of treating R.L.S. is a sedative, generally taken at night just before bed. The second medicinal means of cure are pills used to treat Parkinson's Disease. The third medicinal means are Narcotics/Opiates, although these tend to work very well, for fear of the patents becoming addicted Doctors tend to give the patients a replacement drug for a set number of days, hence causing the body to be unable to form a tolerance to the drug as well as thwart an addiction. A symptom for the narcotics is Constipation, which can be countered by adding a fiber pill. Nausea may also happen while taking this medication and can also be treated by adding a counter-nausea pill before hand. A non-medical related cure is massaging the limbs, as well as possibly increasing the bodies iron count.