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... I'm 66 and just started having RLS the last year. It wasn't often, maybe 3 or 4 times a year. Lately I've been working with a chiropractor for daily headaches and my RLS has flared up. After reading many of the past post, it appears that magnesium and iron tablets should be added to my diet. Do these work for you? ... (0 replies)
???'s on magnesium
Jun 14, 2008
... Finally, if the magnesium deficiency is severe enough, it may take months or years to "recover"...but I don't remember what was meant by severe... ... (4 replies)
... I am new to this board. I have had RLS for about 30 years. ... (14 replies)

... I have RLS too, but it's not as bad as yours is. ... (14 replies)
... You could be right about the magnesium being important for some of us with RLS. ... (1 replies)
... It sounds like you have a few things going on. I would definitely see a cardiologist about the tachycardia. I have fibro, rls, sleep apnea and tachycardia with syncope. My cardiologist says that it is all related. ... (18 replies)
... I tried magnesium and it did not do anything for me. After lying in bed for several hours because of the twitching, I decided to stop magnesium and started requip. ... (14 replies)
... im oof RLS...Everything I tried worked for awhile, requip, mirapex, etc., then I'd have the dose increased until eventually it just didn't work anymore. I found Magnesium in high doses and it has saved me from going absolutely crazy! ... (18 replies)
... The idea of exposure to chemicals is an interesting idea and one that I have not heard of before. I have been trying to look at so many possibilities, including mercury fillings....I do have chemical sensitivites. ... (4 replies)
... I was just reading about the chamomile and do want to try that to see if it helps me. I will try anything and everything because I have such severe pain with it sometimes. ... (1 replies)
Preg with RLS
Jan 25, 2005
... Um magnesium is NOT a drug my darlin' it's a mineral. ... (10 replies)
Just DX with RLS
Jan 29, 2009
... I doubt that you have RLS....and I doubt that your panic and anxiety attacks are caused by stress. ... (11 replies)
... I have a hypothesis for the cause, and I have a simple and effective cure. ... (0 replies)
... My wife had RLS. I did a little research. Rls is usually caused by a deficiency. Doctors usually won't or can't tell you how to take care of it without prescribing something because of the oath they take. ... (15 replies)
... I suffer from RLS and currently take .5 mg of Klonopin and it works like a charm. Definitely not a cure but gets me through the night most of the time. I have has RLS since I was an infant. ... (2 replies)
Losing it from RLS
Aug 16, 2012
... it help you sleep and it relax your muscle at the same time. Or, maybe you can take a walk, rather than sit at the computer to help you relax and change your mind. Also, I read somewhere that calcium and magnesium compete in your intestin for absortion. ... (27 replies)
... I have been taking magnesium and it really does help. My doc won't let me take any of the "drugs" because I'm trying to get pregnant. So he recommended magnesium. ... (4 replies)
... her patient RLS they don't check mag. levels. ... (14 replies)
What causes RLS?
Sep 15, 2005
... According to doctors and medicine, or science, does anyone know what causes this? ... (2 replies)
Is this RLS?
Mar 24, 2013
... My doctor prescribed me Xanax which I take 1 mg at night for leg cramps at night that hurt so bad, my nerves are involved and when I try to walk it feels like my nerves POP in my ankle or leg. It hurts so bad, I have been in tears. ... (5 replies)


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