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Is it just me or have others had experience where symptoms (on meds) are well under control at night. I may be watching TV or reading. Get tired and begin to fall asleep and the RLS symptoms just go crazy. I'm convinced there is some mechanism in the brain that is triggered just as I begin to fall asleep that sets off the RLS. I can be lying in bed for a couple of hours, the symptoms are fine (after taking meds) but as soon as I get tired and close my eyes to sleep - wham the pain, jumping, etc. takes hold. Just wondering if this is just me or if it is something others have experienced.
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