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Restless legs syndrome, constant charlie horse, exhausted and cranky. Help?

i have restless leg syndrome , was lower legs now whole body. for months legs, often upper not lower, & arms feel like constannt charlie horse that doesn t go away with massage, muscle relaxants, gabapatine, mirpex, walking, stretching , raising legs or anything. All i can do is pace until I m so tired i want to fall down then sometimes I ll get 2 -4 hours sleep. theses sessions last 2-5 days in a row. I m exhausted, cranky, eat to much as i m awake so much. what can i do to get rid of this pain, im not functioning
Asked On : Sun, 17 Mar 2013
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The constant charlie horse with restless legs syndrome could be related to anxiety, muscle spasms or electrolyte imbalances. It is best to reduce your caffeine intake and get few blood tests done to find out.
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Answered: Fri, 2 Aug 2013
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