About Restless Legs Syndrome: 9 Ways to Relieve Distressing Symptoms and Aid Better Sleep by Lisa Hudson
Are the symptoms of Restless Legs Syndrome (RLS) keeping you awake at night? How long has it been since you had a restful and complete night’s sleep?
“Studies suggest that RLS is a condition of major public health significance in the Western industrialized world, affecting between approximately 4 and 29% of adults”
Innes et al, Sleep Medicine Aug 2011
Nothing has changed.
Within the pages of this book I have explained:
• The disease and current thinking.
• The current standard treatments.
• Alternative medicines you can easily apply even if you have never used them before.
• Approaches to pain management.
• Ways to stay active.
• The best solutions to having a restful night’s sleep.
• Who to turn to for help when things seem at their most bleak.
This is not a scientific book or treatise written by doctors or scientists, it is not meant to baffle you with long words and terms. This is a book written by one who suffers from RLS for those who suffer from RLS. I have suffered from the syndrome for many years and I have researched for my own relief of the symptoms. I have tried many of the alternative treatments described in this book and now I want to share them with you.
So, whether you are a newly diagnosed individual or someone who has suffered from it for years, there is something here to help you even though you may have tried many things in the past. I hope to raise a smile along the way to aid you to have a restful night’s sleep despite your legs telling you otherwise!
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Lisa Hudson is married to Mark with one son. She has 3 furbabies. Cats Ollie and Squidge and dog Pickle. Lisa has worked through life with the philosophy of 'What will be, will be'. She says 'There's too much in life which can happen that we have no control over. There's no point in worrying about it, trying to change it, we must just let it happen and work to the outcome.'
Lisa always wanted to be a nurse following many emergency visits to the A&E department of her local hospital as a small child sufferring Asthma. It was a dream she managed to attain at the age of 21 when she qualified as a Registered General Nurse in 1988. Her first job was working on the children's cardiology unit at Southampton General Hospital. She stayed for about 2 years before deciding it would be lovely to work as a midwife and in 1993 she qualified on her 26th birthday. She can proudly say, she has delivered over 100 babies and a set of twins. However, having 'itchy feet', after about another 18 months of practice, she decided to try being a 'Rep.' for a medical firm and spent the following 3 years following this career. There was a break of around 5 years whilst bringing up her son before Lisa returned to nursing, this time in an Oncology outpatients department in Southampton. Her final career change came when she was invited to interview for a role within Hampshire Constabulary and spent a very happy 12 years working in the Vetting department before having to give up due to family circumstances.
Lisa has always written. Although, it is only recently that she was afforded the knowledge to actually publish any of her works. She has a couple of books on Amazon and will very shortly be publishing her third. There are many more in her portfolio which she wishes to publish and will be slowly adding to those titles on Amazon.
When she isn't writing, Lisa enjoys many other crafts such as papercraft, sewing, crochet, embroidery, and gardening although not necessarily in that order!