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        09-07-2008, 04:51 PM
    There are days that my body is overly tired & yet my legs still want to go go go, too. However I think my was more of the anxious thing then restless leg syndrome. But, yay, def. Wouldn't hurt talking to your DR about it! Best of luck.
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        09-10-2008, 10:02 PM
    A pair of warm (polarfleece) but loose sox at night help keep my legs from jumping. I don't think I have RLS though....

    And yes, some warmth on that nasty bruise will increase your circulation in the area in order to move the old blood out.
        09-12-2008, 06:03 AM
    If you its a regular thing that happens, I would go out and get more excercise before heading to bed. Work it off. If it's really a problem for you, you should go see your physician.
        09-12-2008, 06:19 AM
    Well, I guess i've figured out a cure!

    Totally and utterly exhaust yourself and by bed time, even if you're not mentally tired, your body says "SLEEP". My legs were weird last night, but I was too tired to care lol

    If it keeps up, i'm going to chat to my doctor I think.

    Thanks for the tips etc

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