Our expert says:
I'm guessing by RLS you mean restless Leg Syndrome ? Not a problem usually seen by psychiatrists. I seem to remember reports in the med journals that a new med was launched a while back that was supposed to be helpful with this.
But after the traumatic experiences you describe it wouldn't be surprising if you were also experiencing some symptoms of PTSD. Some of which might in some ways resemble RLS ; and of course you mention Depression, too.
I do think you should see a good specialist psychiatrist for a full assessment and a diagnosis and a discussion of treatment options.
Meds could be chosen which could help each component of your problems, and taking care thet they don't interact with each other unhelpfully. CBT style counselling can also help you to regain more of a sense of control over the symptoms.
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