RLS is a condition similar to fidgeting. This stands for ‘Restless Leg Syndrome’ and describes the need to be constantly moving, often by bobbing a leg up and down or rocking from side to side. Those with RLS often describe the condition as making them feel uncomfortable until they move. This discomfort is not painful but simply hard to ignore.
RLS can be a symptom of ADHD and is once again connected to low dopamine.