Remember RLS, Restless Legs Syndrome? That is when there is an irresistible urge to move the legs, it starts or worsens during rest, it can be temporarily relieved by movement and is worse in the evening. Growing pains can be the pre-cursor to RLS. Growing pains can create poor sleep at night and hyperactivity during the day. RLS can create hyperactivity with the urge to move. RLS and ADHD overlap, proven by many studies. There is a higher propensity of ADHD in RLS and RLS in ADHD. ADHD established by testing was found to be more common in RLS than insomnia patients or controls (Wagner, Walters, Fisher, 2004). RLS found in population diagnosed with ADHD using neuropsychological evaluation (20 percent) (Zak, Fisher, Couvadelli, Walters, Moss, 2009).