Home remedies for restless legs are part and parcel of a growing list of tried and tested natural home remedies for all sorts of ailments shared with you on this website.
The home remedies for restless legs listed below, are natural and will help for this non life-threatening but nonetheless very disturbing and irritating ailment.
These remedies have been passed down through the years, and used probably long before this ailment even had a "name".
If you think you might suffer from this syndrome, and need some
natural home remedies for restless legs, take a minute to answer this
Answering yes to all the above questions will indicate that you may suffer from RLS and could do well with using one of our home remedies for Restless legs.
First check with your physician to ensure that these
symptoms are not caused by any underlying disorder, and if not, take a
look at these natural alternatives.
A friend suggested this remedy.
She was unable to explain these tingling sensations to anyone,(sound familiar to you?) so she found her own home remedy.
She feels that in her case it could be purely stress related, and that this "yoga like" restless leg syndrome treatment works for her
Preparing herbs will show you how simple and easy it is to to make an infusion from parsley.
Drink this tea 3 times a day as a natural remedy for iron deficiency which is believed to be one of the causes of restless legs
Rub lavender oil into the soles of your feet before getting into bed at night.
Use Camphor Cream as a liniment and rub into your legs every night before going to bed.
Make an infusion or tea from the wild lettuce plant and drink before retiring at night.
Whatever the cause, restless leg syndrome is extremely upsetting to those of us who have it.
So in closing check out these few simple things to do, or to avoid, before getting into bed. These fundamental things will help with what some people call "my crazy legs".
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Beetroot also contains tryptophan, the very same "feel-good" ingredient found in chocolate.
And beetroot has betaine, which studies suggest can help reduce the risk of
heart disease and strokes, as well as helps to protect against harmful fatty
deposits in the liver.
Just 75g of oats daily can help lower your cholesterol level. It's also a great natural way to supplement the minerals magnesium and zinc.
It helps stabilize your blood-sugar level and eases constipation.
Oats also contain psychoactive compounds that may combat nicotine cravings and have anti-depressant powers
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