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Restless leg

Discussion in 'Manflu Corner' started by will6910, Jul 12, 2017.

  1. will6910

    will6910 Member

    Sorry me again. At times my right foot gets really restless At night and stops me sleeping for hour or two when I go bed. It's really bad tonight. Is there any tips that I could use to reduce it or ease it to help me sleep
  2. Bones

    Bones Member

    n Ireland
    It must be sensing the 12th, getting ready for a good march,,:)
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  3. Bones

    Bones Member

    n Ireland
    Hope it stops,and you get your sleep
  4. will6910

    will6910 Member

    Must be
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  5. Henarar

    Henarar Member

    ZumerZet Somerset
    I get trouble with my middle leg getting restless at night but fortunately @farmerclare knows how to cure it :playful::playful:
  6. lim x

    lim x Member

    Mrs Bobbit?? :LOL:
    Henarar likes this.
  7. GrannyAching

    GrannyAching Member

    Mynyddoedd Preseli
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  8. jondear

    jondear Member

    Brother in law has it .And he's pretty bad .Its a neurological thing he's on tablets full time so go to doctor if its bad .
  9. Northeastfarmer

    I had it very bad in my teens, it felt uncomfortable if my legs weren't moving and twitching whilst I was resting at night....not as bad now but does still occur now and again
  10. Ffs I was gonna make the middle leg joke
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  11. Alicecow

    Alicecow Member

    Could you get some cream or gel from the chemist? I think horse chestnut might be the right one. I think Boots the chemist sell a horse chestnut gel for tired legs.
  12. dondeere

    dondeere Member

    . Hi have a go with some magnesium citrate it helps relax tight muscles. Works for me..
  13. JCMaloney

    JCMaloney Member

    LE3 9EU
    Get to your GP if its enough to keep you awake..... could be nothing equally could be lots of reasons.
  14. milkloss

    milkloss Member

    East Sussex
    I believe drinking tonic water gives relief. Not too much gin with it mind!

    No, seriously, the quinine in it should help.
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  15. Woolgatherer

    Woolgatherer Member

    There's a weird thing on the internet for this! Put a bar of soap down to the bottom of your bed, under the bottom sheet. I asked around and a friend of mine swears by it! I've no idea why this should work but it's cheap enough to try. Probably just don't admit to it!
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  16. Woolgatherer

    Woolgatherer Member

    That one is for cramp. I used to get it most nights at least once, just had to bend my leg and it would go into a spasm for up to an hour. Or kneel down, made doing the fire a nightmare! I saw the thing about tonic water and decided to try it, I've not had the problem since. I started out drinking about a pint a day (no idea how much I needed and I was desperate!), now I just have a glass about 2 - 3x a week. It seems to work, if I cut out the tonic water,after a week I can feel my legs starting to "tighten" up again.
    johnflimston and milkloss like this.
  17. Nearly

    Nearly Member

    North of York
    I'm on pramipexol from the gp. 2 tiny tablets after tea or else it's like I'm doing riverdance.
    Going to need to go up to 3 or 4 soon. :(
  18. Woolgatherer

    Woolgatherer Member

    Try the soap and let us know if it works!
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  19. JoanneB

    JoanneB Member

    Everett, WA, USA
  20. Chasingmytail

    Chasingmytail Member

    Newport, SE Wales
    there is a recognised drug for it usually taken for people who have fits "gabapentin" I have a friend who takes it. Worth taking to GP to see if you can take it occassionally.

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