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RLSRestless Leg Syndrome
RLSLa Sierra (Amtrak station code; La Sierra, CA)
RLSReal Life Support (various locations)
RLSRobert Louis Stevenson
RLSRapid Light System (various companies)
RLSRecursive Least Squares (a mathematical algorithm)
RLSRappresentante Dei Lavoratori Per La Sicurezza (Italian: Representative for Job Safety)
RLSRecord Level Sharing
RLSRoute Listening Service
RLSResource Locator Service
RLSRecord Level Subscriber
RLSRecursive Least Means Squares
RLSReplica Location Service
RLSRegistered Land Surveyor
RLSReweighted Least Squares (mathematics)
RLSRecord-Level Sharing (Data Facility Storage Management Subsystem)
RLSResource List Server
RLSResonance Light Scattering (spectroscopy)
RLSRate Limiting Step
RLSReal Life Soap (Wiki)
RLSResidence Life Staff
RLSRod Lift System (various companies)
RLSRural Library Sustainability (project; Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation)
RLSReceived Line Signal
RLSRoot Lateral Spread
RLSRadiolocation Service
RLSRemote Library Service
RLSReal Life Scenario
RLSRenaissance Lawyer Society
RLSRoad Locomotive Society (UK)
RLSResource Loaded Schedule
RLSRadar Line of Sight
RLSReturn to Launch Site (also seen as RTLS)
RLSRail Load Simulator
RLSResidential Living Supervisor
RLSResidual Life of the System
RLSRoyal Leamington Sparklers (cheerleading group; UK)
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The study that was led by Xiang Gao of the Pennsylvania State University College of Medicine in University Park said RLS is considered to be a neurologic disorder.
"Given the high prevalence of RLS and increasing incidence of suicide in the United States, it may be critical to consider assessment for suicide risk factors and suicidal ideation, as well as potential psychological interventions and suicidal management in the treatment of individuals with RLS," the authors write.
This increased risk remained after researchers controlled for factors such as depression, sleep disorders and common chronic diseases, "meaning RLS could still be an independent variable contributing to suicide and self-harm," said study co-author Muzi Na.
Living with RLS. These are some recommendations from the US Restless Legs Syndrome Foundation (yes, it exists!
In this study, the relationship between 25 (OH) vitamin D concentrations, which is a vitamin D metabolite, severity of RLS, and sleep quality in individuals diagnosed as having idiopathic RLS was investigated.
RLS Productions set a goal in 2014 of raising $35,000 to endow a scholarship for the Wenatchee Valley College Foundation.
With the new compliance tool, listings that do not meet all mandatory requirements won't be accepted by the RLS. The agent will immediately receive a notification to fix and resubmit the listing.
To the best of our knowledge, there have been no studies to date that evaluate the relationship between RLS and AR in children, and the effects of RLS on sleep quality in pediatric AR patients.
There are indirect evidences of dysregulation of the dopaminergic system in the pathogenesis of RLS, one of which is the clinical benefit of dopaminergic agents in this population.
The main focus of this present analysis was to determine the frequencies of RLS and poor sleep quality in obese pubertal children using the new International RLS Study Group (IRLSSG) criteria.
Experts also suspect that RLS may be related to a disruption in dopamine, the brain chemical involved with body movement.