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Old 03-20-17, 10:55 PM
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Re: Restless leg syndrome

For me, clonidine has really taken the edge off this.

(In our house, we've nicknamed it "anti-kick-kick-kick" medication. Because we're mature that way. )

I do still toss and turn a lot, and need to move my legs, but it's less urgent and uncomfortable and disruptive.


For what it's worth, there are several studies suggesting that RLS is more common in ADHD (or vice-versa?), possibly due to some shared pathways related to dopamine.
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