After suffering 40 years with RLS, which started intermittently and got progressively worse to the point of unbearable, leg jerking from 8-9 p.m. until sunup every night, a knowledgeable doctor told me it was an infection in one of my teeth! Indeed, it was! I had broken a tooth when in college and had a crown put on, and that crown was lined with aluminum. That aluminum was spreading through that tooth into my nervous system, which sent jolts down to my legs in an attempt to heal itself (my nervous system). I had the crown removed, and immediately felt something was different. It's been 2 weeks since cleaning up that tooth and removing that crown, and my RL is clearing up gradually. I'm also on a program to strip this aluminum out of my body. I will soon be free of 40 years of suffering! And all along it was an infected tooth where decay had also set in under the crown. No signs of a problem, no swelling, no pain. My regular dentist said nothing was wrong, but a biological dentist (there are not many of them around, but I found a database with the names of these dentists located all over the world) found my problem and removed it!!! Hallelujah!!!