Some nootropics for restless leg syndrome?
For rls the best nootropics and supplements are magnesium citrate. Rhodiola. Ubiquinol. All B vitamins.
Magnesium Glycinate! Much more absorbable.
Not sure if it's viable but a hand spinner seems to help me.
Not a nootropic but you can get them from cheap.
Every evening about an hour before bed I drink 400ml of Indian tonic water with a tablespoon of apple cider vinegar in it, it works a treat for me personally.
The best you can do for a restless leg syndrome is a blood panel and DNA test.
I would initially be looking for a mutation in the MTHFR gene which means you are unable to convert folic acid to methyl folate. The solution here is supplementation with Methylfolate, which is the active form of folic acid (B9) and this is a known 'cure' for many people.

You'll need to check ferritin, vitamin D, B, magnesium and iron at the very least. Your doctor will know what to test for.

You may need to start supplementing with NAC (2,000mg +), D3, Magnesium, Iron, Vitamin C, Zinc and/or Methylfolate.

But no point in taking anything if you don't know what you are deficient in. You may end up doing more harm that way.

Finally, crazy as it sounds. Put a bar of soap between your legs when you sleep. It works for many people (including myself).
I have symptoms similar to RLS but all over my body and all day long. I take lyrica and baclofen for it. They help but don't entirely alleviate my symptoms.
Magnesium Citrate has worked well for me, both for restless leg and leg cramps.
Since RLS is connected with low dopamine levels, usually medication include dopamine agonist, just switch the story and use dopamine precursors tyrosine and phenylalanine.
Raise your dopamine levels and then see the results.
I have used L-tyrosine not for RLS or cramps but because it improves my mood more than things which boost serotonin. I did not notice any improvement in RLS from L-tyrosine. Others experiences may differ but that's mine.
Kratom would work very well. Opiates are one of the main things that cure RLS and kratom doesn't carry the same dependence issues as most opiates.
Kratom does work wonders But the RLS gets worse when stopping Kratom holy s! Just know that Kratom may not be an opiate or have serious withdrawal issues but RESTLESS EVERYTHING and tired AF is awful though make sure to take breaks when using it.
Trivastal not just a better alternitive for treating Parkinson's Disease or Restless Leg Syndrome. Very effective for Anhedonia and cognition.

 treatment consists of dopaminergic meds. anyway, this is neurologist stuff since it's considered a real disease and not a common nuisance

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