Restless Legs

CrampEase puts your restless legs to rest

It’s called ‘Restless Leg Syndrome’, a common condition that you get where you move your legs restlessly and often, especially at night while sleeping.

People with RLS have uncomfortable sensations in their legs (and sometimes arms or other parts of the body) and an irresistible urge to move their legs to relieve the sensations. The sensations are difficult to describe: they are an uncomfortable, “itchy,” “pins and needles,” or “creepy crawly” feeling in the legs. The sensations are usually worse at rest, especially when lying or sitting. The sensations can lead to sleep deprivation and stress.

The severity of RLS symptoms ranges from mild to intolerable. Symptoms can come and go and severity can also vary. The symptoms are generally worse in the evening and at night and less severe in the morning. For some people, symptoms may cause severe nightly sleep disruption that can significantly impair a person’s quality of life.

It’s bad enough when you can’t get to sleep and you just lie there, staring at the ceiling. But people who suffer from RLS don’t just lie there. They are seized by this uncontrollable urge to move their legs. Consequently, restless legs syndrome can lead to problems associated with sleep deprivation, such as anxiety and depression.

Researchers say this is a condition still shrouded in much mystery, but the good news is that CrampEase and CrampEase Nite from Penpharm has proved to be effective when used regularly. This may have something to do with the fact that CrampEase is the only complete Magnesium Supplement that also contains Potassium, Calcium and Sodium – all four essential salts that your body needs.

So go to bed at the same time every night, make sure your caffeine intake is low and take your CrampEase regularly. Then say goodnight to restless legs. For information about Penpharm’s range of products, visit