When you’re feeling restless, you can:
- Connect with your interests and follow your bliss.
- Explore your dreams and imagination.
- Cast your vision of your future self.
- Clarify and reaffirm your personal values.
- Improve and restore your sleep.
- Find your center and observe yourself.
- Stand still and open your body.
How do you stop restlessness?
Lifestyle and home remedies
- Try baths and massages. Soaking in a warm bath and massaging your legs can relax your muscles.
- Apply warm or cool packs. Use of heat or cold, or alternating use of the two, may lessen your limb sensations.
- Establish good sleep hygiene.
- Avoid caffeine.
What does restlessness feel like?
Restlessness is another common symptom of anxiety, especially in children and teens. When someone is experiencing restlessness, they often describe it as feeling “on edge” or having an “uncomfortable urge to move.”
How can I stop restlessness at night?
Ease symptoms — and get a better night’s sleep — avoid heavy meals close to bedtime. Relaxation techniques, such as meditation or progressive muscle relaxation, may reduce RLS symptoms. Certain drugs can cause RLS. Take medications, including herbal remedies, only as directed by your doctor.
What causes restlessness?
Causes of Restless Legs Syndrome
- Chronic diseases. Certain chronic diseases and medical conditions, including iron deficiency, Parkinson’s disease, kidney failure, diabetes, and peripheral neuropathy often include symptoms of RLS.