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... Years ago I read about putting an unwrapped bar of soap between the sheets to help you sleep and to settle the restless legs. I just laughed and went on my merry way! ... (1 replies)
... Glad the soap is working for you. The idea has been around for along time. ... (1 replies)
... I did not realize your feet had to be touching the bar of soap. I thought I heard put it under the sheet, which is what I did. Will have to give it another try. ... (2 replies)

... Have you ever heard of putting a bar of soap in your bed at your legs? ... (11 replies)
RLS soap
Jan 9, 2011
... About two years ago someone told me they had heard of a cure for RLS. ... (2 replies)
... It sure as hell does work. You don't have to tie soap to your leg, just put a bar or two under the covers with you. I just found out about this from a cousin who is a nurse and asked people why the had soap in their bed in ther hospital? ... (8 replies)
... I've just discovered that I appear to have iron overload too. I'm waiting for the results of my genetic testing now. ... (4 replies)
... sorry no one has responded to you. I have restless leg syndrome and can only tell you what I experience. It is this overwhelming need to move your leg or legs. This is a feeling that you just can not overcome or control. The more you try not to move them the worse it is. ... (3 replies)
... Doesn't matter what kind. I use Coast. Makes your room smell good too. Just put them in the bed with you, preferably near the problem area. It does work. ... (15 replies)
... between the sheet and the mattress or mattress pad. It's been in our local papers many times, when people write in to the local doctor that writes in the paper, and they ask how to do this. ... (15 replies)
Grrr!
Nov 16, 2005
... :confused: Okay, I don't understand this one. What's it supposed to do? I'll have to see if I can find Leg Cramps (that sounds funny...like you buy it to get leg cramps instead of cure them :D )...I'm in Canada and we don't have a lot of the same things as you can get in the US (or anywhere else for that matter). As long as there are no problems with interactions with my... (13 replies)
Grrr!
Nov 15, 2005
... comes in a yellow box with I think red lettering. Everyone on my Mom's side of the family suffers from RLS and we all swear by this, take 2 tablets when the feeling starts and in about 15 minutes all better. ... (13 replies)
Possible Relief!
Sep 22, 2005
... Welcome to the boards. Just a couple of questions first. Were you diagnosed by a doctor as having RLS? ... (1 replies)
... Okay about 3 days ago, my husband told me that I had a bad night, and I was like what, and he told me that I moved more than usual in bed. Now I never thought that I moved much in bed, just a flip from my stomach to my back and vice versa. So I brought that up and he said NOOOO. ... (11 replies)
... Sounds like RLS to me. As you research RLS you'll find that the list of symptoms can be as different as the people that have it. There is a gudieline for RLS, but research is finding out that list may be too short. ... (7 replies)
... Have you tried putting a bar of ivory soap at the foot of your bed under the mattress cover and the sheet. It sounds funny but it works. It has to be ivory not any other soap it won't work. ... (2 replies)
... Put an unwrapped bar of bath soap in bed near your legs. It does work. No one knows why it works, but it has helped many, many people. ... (8 replies)
... ke the medicine for RLS. Norflex is a relaxer. it helped me sleep. I work outside and when it is cold my legs start to hurt and knee and hip. I think the cold is in my bones. Give it a try. I have a bar of Dove soap at the end of my bed sheets it helps with leg cramps been using it for years. ... (3 replies)


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