Posted by usms on June 06, 2000 at 11:49:35:
I have been dealing with rls for the past 5 years, mostly on my own. I've tried quinne, but my doctor now refuses to perscribe it anymore to anyone. A couple of months ago I found Legatrin PM at wal-mart. It doesn't really relieve it, but it knocks me out so that I can sleep through the night, mostly. The problem is that I wake up totally groggy after a night of taking it. I have heard though, that brewer's yeast can help. Does anyone know how much I should take, what kind, potency, etc.? I would be soooo greatful for any info. Thanks
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