This Is Your Brain On RLS ...and why you can’t sleep through the night
There’s one chemical in the brain that doctors and scientists suspect is the reason why more Americans suffer from RLS than diabetes. Maybe you’ve heard of it.
Because the moment the sun goes down, the creepy-crawly feeling begins. Like you’re a werewolf or something.
- Electric feelings
Losing Sleep Because You Can’t Resist The Urge To Move?
It’s a nightmare fighting your body and resisting the urge to move your legs. It’d drive anyone crazy. And the lack of sleep finally catches up to you. That’s why many sufferers will try EVERYTHING to at least stop it for one night.
- Magnesium and Iron
- Hot and cold showers
- OTCs and prescription meds
- No caffeine or coffee
1000s have discovered an immediate alternative solution to stop RLS in its tracks. Read on to see if it might work for you.
So if you find yourself getting up multiple times a night, pacing at 2am, and falling asleep away from your partner then read closely. Because this may be the first IMMEDIATE solution to help you sleep through the night without the urge to get up and move.
What Part Of The Brain Causes RLS?
Many find relief by shutting off their brain’s “move my legs” center. Scientists call this center of the brain the basal ganglia. And it controls what researchers have pointed to the #1 trigger to RLS -- dopamine.
Dopamine normally is higher in the morning and drops at night. That’s likely why RLS starts to act up as the sun sets and you start to unwind from the day.
And why many treatments balance dopamine. But they don’t work for everyone. And as you likely suspect, being on pills for the rest of your life isn’t safe or healthy. So what’s a quick, safe alternative to stop the urge?
Counterstimulation May Stop RLS In Minutes
Pacing, foam rolling, stretching, bicycle kicks, and air squats all provide relief because they are forms of counterstimulation. It turns off your brains “move the legs” center. But there’s a huge problem. How are you supposed to fall a sleep?
If only there was a way to use counterstimulation without moving. Oh wait, there is.
- OPTION 1: Sleep with half a dozen ice packs and hope the freezing cold numbs without giving you frostbite.
- OPTION 2: Use deep touch pressure stimulation (DTPS) and sleep with a weighted blanket
Weighted blankets are typically used by people who suffer with anxiety because they can calm the mind and release “feel good” hormones. But did you know it can stop RLS too?
A trend among the RLS community has discovered the power of weighted blankets.
“This product is not advertised for RLS but it absolutely should be”
If you’ve ever considered using a weighted blanket to manage your symptoms, now is the time. The popularity among the RLS community has only continued to grow.
But many weighted blankets don’t use the right material, like glass beads of a certain diameter to effectively provide counterstimulation. Others purchase blankets that just aren’t heavy enough to turn off your brain’s “move the legs” center.
...that’s why some never experience the results and continue to struggle every night.
The Best Weighted Blanket For RLS
That’s why we’ve created a blanket designed to use deep pressure stimulation to help you fall asleep and resist the urge to move your legs.
- Deep Touch Pressure Stimulation (DTPS) to promote the production of dopamine and other happy chemicals
- Mechanically engineered glass beads to provide the feeling of being hugged and cuddled
- Smaller 4"x4" pockets to help keep the weight evenly distributed on you all night long
- Ultra-plush & breathable microfiber duvet cover so you don’t feel like you’re in a sauna
- Easy to remove shell (duvet cover) for washing
- Cooling bamboo technology so you can sleep comfortably and stay cool throughout the night
But What If It Doesn’t Work?
Even though 1000s have found relief, just like with every other solution, it doesn’t work for everyone. That’s why if you click the button below you can claim your free 30-night risk-free trial. If you don’t get a better night’s sleep send it right back for a full refund.
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