I first noticed it being connected to sleep for me, and it seemed to be backward from how most describe it. They say that it causes people to lose sleep b/c of the RLS, but I found that I only got it when I didn't have enough sleep (b/c of staying up late the night before, staying up too late that night, whatever). Then, yes, it could interfere with my sleep, but only if I didn't have enough to start the spiral.
Anyway, once I regularly started getting enough sleep, it became very rare. And I don't know exactly what got rid of it, but I take Mg as often as I can remember it now and have gone primal and certainly stabilized my blood sugar (which used to be a constant sugar-and-grain-induced roller coaster). No suicide-inducing drugs necessary.
5'4" 39yo mother to five sweeties & married to their AMAZING DaddyGrok
*Current Weight: 175lb___________________________________*Goal: 135lb
*Deadlift: 225x4_________________________________________*Bac k Squat: 155x2
*Bench: 125x2__________________________________________*Pr ess: 80x1
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