Restless in bed

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  1. Louise_a

    Louise_a Well-Known Member

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    anyone else feel like they cant stop moving? lying in bed and i just cannot keep still, then i get wound up because its past 2am again and that makes me worse. feel so agrivated and angry lol!


    anyone have any good cures?
     
  2. Kimbo

    Kimbo Well-Known Member

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    yeah same here..
    especially restless legs.. only thing i can suggest for restless legs is a good foot massage and keeping your feet cool
     
  3. chrystaltips

    chrystaltips Well-Known Member

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    I had restless legs pretty bad in the second tri but it seems to have gone now. I found laying off the carbs late at night helped as did keeping my feet as cool as possible.
     
  4. Candygirl

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    I have had 2 nights of absolute hell.
    Hubby and I both have colds so if we are not keeping each other up with our coughing, Im awake cos I cant get comfortable. I wake up everytime I turn over and thats about every 15 mins....its aweful!! :cry:
     
  5. moomoo192

    moomoo192 Well-Known Member

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    The last few nights i seem to be wide awake the minute i get into bed. I can't sleep properly, like i'm basically laid there with my eyes shut but aware of everything going on around, come time to get up i just wanna stay asleep :roll:
     
  6. Linda

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    sounds very familiar.

    i'm worried about keeping o/h awake as he's up early in a morning for work, just cant get comfy and i'm up and down all over the place
     
  7. DebbieM

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    I toss and turn all night in between getting up to wee. I can't get comfy at all and I hate it.

    I'm so tired I ended up bawling my eyes out yesterday and having a go at Matt for nothing that was really necessary and then felt awful. :(

    I got to the point where I had a massive headache last night so by the time we went to bed, I couldn't get to sleep as my head was banging.

    I find that as I do begin to fall asleep, Flump wakes up and starts pounding my bladder and wriggling about.
     
  8. Pregnopaws

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    I lose count of the billions of times I visit the loo at night for just a few silly drops! I know we still won't get much sleep when our babies arrive, but hopefully that annoying part of it will be over at least??!! :wall:
     
  9. girlygirl

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    i thought it was just me getting restless legs. never had it b4 and its horrid, cant get comfy. I thought i was just having a paddy the other day in the car.
     
  10. flowergirl

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    It's not really the physical symptoms keeping me awake it's all of the millions of things I think about! I don't worry about stuff, I just think about what I need to do at work or at home to be ready for the baby and then I start thinking about the baby and the labour and any number of other unrelated topics! It's always after 2am by the time I sleep even if I go to bed at 10pm!
     

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