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Hi. I’m new to this forum. I'm 78 years old, a cardiopath, and also suffer from diabetes and high blood pressure.
I take a lot of medicines, and also suffer the restless legs syndrome (RLS) that affects my sleep too much. Some nights, I can't sleep at all.
As a retired fellow, I enjoy sleeping after lunch, once in a while, with my windows fully opened, letting the daylight come in into my bedroom. In such occasions, the RLS does not affect me at all, and I can sleep like a baby.
At night, things are quite different. After about 45 minutes of sleep, the RLS hits me and keep me awake almost all night long, what drives me crazy, and ruins my following day.
Does the daylight has anything to do with preventing RLS?
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