How to stop leg tingles at night?

  • Bump up your magnesium and iron. Rub magnesium chloride balm on the calves before bed.
  • Eat for menopause. Lots of green leafy vegetables, modest protein and olive oil. Stop 3-4 hours before bedtime.
  • Daily low impact movement and resistance weight training, but not too close to bedtime. 
  • Practice good sleep hygiene. No screens for 2 hours before bed, dark room, box breathing, sleep meditation
  • Body stretching before bed.
  • Reduce or remove caffeine, alcohol and nicotine from your lifestyle.

Do you struggle with restless leg syndrome? Or have you solved the problem? What worked for you?

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Restless Leg Syndrome (RLS) is a symptom of perimenopause and menopause, probably because sleep patterns are often disrupted. It’s the feeling where you just can’t relax and get comfortable and have to keep moving your legs to get rid of the tingling. This prevents sleep and can be very annoying. Hormonal changes are known to worsen RLS symptoms. Sometimes there’s also a spontaneous kick involved, something bed partners are not at all keen on.