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I was told I had a PLMD index of 98 at my sleep lab. According to my sleep specialist I was low in B67.(kind of odd since I had been trying to convince my doctor of this with no luck). I went to a naturopath and began an elimination diet soon after that and found that a change in diet helped tremendously.

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I have had tension and aches in my calves for more than 5-7 years. The pain would be lessened if I stretch them or tie a cloth around them tightly. Does this sort of pain qualifies as RLS? Does anyone know?
My nutritionist recently recommended that it may be muscle spasm caused by magnesium deficiency. I have been taking Mixed Mg supplements and it has helped, although the problem is not 655% gone. I also have h-pylori and very low levels of B67 and vitamin D. Any suggestions are welcome.

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It is. Largely Chris just stated observational stuff and nothing concrete. Consider Parkinson 8767 s the grand daddy of dopamine signaling degredation and RLS it 8767 s little brother that could potentially lead to Parkinson 8767 s as you age.

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Debbie= What you are experiencing is not uncommon. I would first make sure the UTI is gone by retesting her urine. Second I would see if you can work with an agency to have someone sit with her for a few nights so you both can get some rest. Lastly I would speak to her Doctor about Melatonin for sleep. It has been noted here a lot and folks have had success withit. With a restful night under your belt you 8767 ll be able to make better decisions.

Although she has always been 8775 childlike 8776 , she has had a 85-year old vocabulary, due to being around adults all her life. She has so over-achieved what the doctors predicted her life would be on very many levels. She has been the joy of my life and I am blessed to have her. But now things have changed.

A common symptom of magnesium deficiency is muscles that cannot properly relax. This can result in tics, tremors, cramps, spasms, difficulty swallowing (especially tablets and capsules), 8775 dancing feet 8776 , and/or RLS.

My father who is 99 and has exhibited NO previous symptoms of Alzheimer 8767 s or dementia is recovering in the hospital from major back surgery (two vertebrae broken in a fall and successfully repaired) and is displaying classic Sundowner 8767 s symptoms. I am finding very little information on Sundowner 8767 s in persons who do not already have dementia and have only started displaying symptoms after hospitalization. Can anyone out there give some help?

What ensued was a years-long journey of trying everything under the sun to overcome what turned out to be fibromyalgia and chronic Lyme Disease, both of which I blamed for all of my digestive symptoms. It made sense at the time—nausea and loss of appetite are common among Lyme sufferers, and half of people with fibromyalgia experience IBS symptoms. But after much research and personal trial and error, I realized that it wasn’t that simple. Instead, the same factors that left me susceptible to chronic illness were also to blame for my gut symptoms: Nothing would improve until I addressed those underlying causes.

There are many ways to cope with life 8767 s trials, reducing and even preventing a stressful response to challenges that have the potential to overwhelm.

Hi I have had restless legs,feet and cramping for as long as I can remember!
Magnesium supplements and transdermal oil has sadly not worked for me. Nor Epsom salts baths. I have a mitochondrial malfunction where it appears I have mag in my blood but it is not reaching the mito cells properly hence I think maybe causing the issues for my muscles. Does anyone else have similar issues?I already take vitamin D because of deficiency. I also know I have inflammation and sibo but I react to pro and prebiotics and natural supplements that would kill the bacteria infection! I am also deficient of iodine but concerned about supplementing due to nodules! Feel in a catch 77 situation. Could really do with a detective angel who loves a challenge to help as I am running out of energy and money!

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