Putting a soap bar under your sheets before bed? That’s why you should try

Putting soap under your sheets? We will try!

A good night’s sleep does not come naturally to everyone. Countless people find it difficult to sleep at night for a variety of reasons. Some are anxious, others are not able to get a good position or have a bad leg disorder. Whatever the reason, sleep deprivation can be very irritating and can have a profound effect on your daily life.

At times, we all tend to be overly sensitive. If left untreated, it can be a symptom of chronic leg pain (RLS).

Restless leg syndrome
Restless legs syndrome or RLS, a sleep disorder characterized by an uncontrollable desire to move the lower legs. It is usually worse in the evening and at night, and complaints occur especially when a person wants to rest. Complaints decrease as they go, but as soon as the movement stops symptoms appear. This makes it difficult to sleep.

Symptoms
Symptoms of restless leg pain are jitters in the legs, an irresistible urge to move, and complaints about not being able to rest. The symptoms subside as the legs move and the symptoms become worse at night than during the day. Do you see these signs? If so, you may be facing RLS. You are likely to get tired of this and have trouble concentrating. People with RLS often feel restricted because they can no longer go to the movies or travel long distances by train or plane.

The cause
The cause of RLS is not yet known. This may be due to a disturbance in nerve cells in the brain that control movement and thinking. The situation looks like an inheritance. In some cases, it is because of low iron levels or the side effects of other chronic diseases such as kidney failure or diabetes.

Lavender soap
In a episode of the television program, Dr. Oz, a well-known TV doctor, talked about the unusual treatment of chronic leg pain that seems to work: putting soap under your sheets, and especially lavender soap. Lavender seems to have a soothing effect. Put a piece of lavender soap between your sheets, on your feet every evening. You should be aware that the spasms and cramps are reduced and your legs feel very calm! Worth a try, isn’t it?

Evidence
The lavender soap process has not been scientifically proven, but many people are showing online that it really works. Some users have wondered if there is a placebo effect or not. The woman then reported that she put soap under the sheets, her husband unknowingly, and that she soon slept much better. So, it’s not just in your head – it really works. Make sure it is lavender soap; regular soap does not work.

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