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    Vibration Cure
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    langa2s posted:
    I have had this for a number of years which can last for months and disappear then return and it is unbearable to live with.
    It is horrendous during the night and can wake me out of my sleep because the vibrations are that intense I grit my teeth.
    The feeling is like being plugged into an electrical appliance, it's like my body cannot fall into REM sleep properly.
    Doctors just don't understand it, however I have found the cure' trans-dermal "magnesium" spray.
    I believe this is related to Magnesium deficiency which causes anxiety, plus I also believe this is related to "restless leg syndrome".
    When my vibrations return with vengeance it's time to get out the Magnesium spray which settles within a few days then eventually disappears all together and those good night sleeps return.
    You can purchase this online or your local Holland & Barrett for around £12.00 or purchase from other online stores.
    It's best to start of with around 10-12 sprays and rub into the skin, spray all over the chest, underarms inner biceps and legs and rub into your skin.
    Do not towel dry just use a towel to fan yourself down or use a hairdryer to speed up the drying on your skin to quicken the absorption.
    Do not spray on your face as this will dry out the skin, do not spray on the genital area as this will really sting.
    It's normal to feel a slight tingling or stinging anyway as this will reduce overtime while building up your Magnesium levels.
    Start drinking a lot more water when using Magnesium as this can cause dehydration, please note that Magnesium is very hard to diagnose from a blood test as Magnesium is within the cells of the human body.
    I hope this is of help to those who suffer from this horrendous vibration feeling preventing a good night sleep.
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    dsocorro responded:
    I am so glad to hear that you have found something that helps with these crazy night vibrations. I have had this problem off and on for years. I have found that taking calcium with magnesium and zinc seems to help. It was mostly in my legs at first but lately it has been a vibration or humming all over my body. Of course I cant sleep. I think I may try this trasdermal spray if I can find it. Thank you!


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