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    sw3tflower posted:
    I tried so many things I have lost count. Nothing really worked. A couple of weeks ago I took some Benedryl for my allergies and it actually helped my RLS!
    Just wish it would stop getting worse.
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    atti_editor responded:
    Hi sw3tflower,

    I am so sorry that your RLS is getting worse and that you have yet to find something to help. I'm not sure exactly what you have tried, but this article has some at-home treatment options that you might try -- such as bathing in very hot or cold water before bedtime, using a heating pad, altering your sleep schedule, etc. I hope that you are able to find something that helps!

    Best wishes,
    Atti


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