Is magnesium oxide used for restless leg syndrome?

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15 Nov 2009

This taken from http://www.drugs.com/enc/restless-leg-syndrome.html
"... There is no known cure for restless leg syndrome.

Treatment is aimed at reducing stress and helping the muscles relax. Warm baths, gentle stretching exercises, massage or similar techniques may help.

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