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Fogged Restless Home
For what reason is it that I feel unfocused, hard to remember, brain fogged, and restless only at home?
Some considerations: Cannot fully pin this down within the online format based on your information. But consider emotional issues, perhaps migraine equivalents, thyroid, or hematological issues, vitamin deficiencies, medication reactions, issue with alcohol or recreational drugs. Have your regular doctor fully sort this out. ...Read more
Why is it that I feel unfocused, hard to remember, brain fogged, and restless only at home but fine when I'm at school or elsewhere?
May be an: Environmental issue like mold, toxic fumes or psychological stressors (noisy kids etc) Tell your doctor about your concern. Get the problem remedied. Hope this helps. ...Read more
Look online: There is the RLS network online that has good resources. Also one of my favorite sites regaring RLS is www. Rlshelp. Org. Hope this helps. ...Read more
What is the home remedy of maxolon side effect of restleness, took 1 tablet and feeling very restless?
What to do if I have had restless leg syndrome for almost 4 years, are there any home remedies that anyone could help me out with?
You can try iron: Supplementation, but it that fails, time to see your doctor. ...Read more
Find the cause first:
Primary RLS is often has a genetic component and thus can't be cured, but can be treated.
Secondary rls: often due to deficiency of foate, magnesium, b12, iron, or diabete, neuropathy, lyme disease, rheumatoid arthritis, sjogren syndrome, urnemia/severe kidney disease, or amyloidosis. Thus treating these conditions generally resolves the symptoms of rls.
Thus, consult doc first to eval.
Good luck. ...Read more
Many possibilities: Medical conditions, emotional or stress problems, life-style schedules, pregnancy or menopause, etc. Are possible. Even good things like exercise (too late in the day) can do it. Too large a meal too late can, and on and on. Troubling emotional associations from the past about bedtime too. Maybe a therapist can help you untangle it so you can sleep well. ...Read more
Restlessness?: It depends on what is causing you to be restless. I can think of lots of possibilities. It could be physical, mental or even a combination. It could be from a thyroid problem, anxiety, low blood sugar-to name just a few. It matters how long it has been present. I would suggest starting with an evaluation from your local medical doctor and to go from there. Good luck. ...Read more
HUNGRY: There are several conditions that can cause the symptoms that you described. Although some may be benign, there are others that should be treated. I suggest you see your primary care doctor as soon as these symptoms appear. ...Read more
Restlessness: You might consider aerobic exercise before you study, and eliminate caffeine too. If you become restless while studying, breathing exercises may help. Breathe in through your nose to the count of 4, hold your breath to the count of 7, and breathe out through your mouth to the count of 8, with a "whoosh." do 4 rounds of this to start. Practice 3 times/day, even when not restless. Good luck. ...Read more
See Doctor: There are certainly well known conditions, for example Restless leg Syndrome (RLS), which can truly be annoying to deal with. There are treatments that can be of help though, so see your Doctor for a good clinical evaluation and that way the best treatment can occur for you. Best wishes. ...Read more
All kinds of things: The list of things causing tachycardia and restlessness is much longer than this space allows. For instance -- the effects of many drugs like asthma medications, being hyperthyroid, withdrawing from alcohol or benzodiazepines, etc. Heart arrhythmias can cause these also. Please see your own physician, who knows you and your medical history. If these symptoms are acute and severe, go to an er. ...Read more