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How Can I Sleep When The Pain In My Legs Is So Bad
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posted January 21, 2019
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I started taking collagen and it seems to help pain in my legs at night in bed. Also started cbd oil at same time

posted January 26, 2019
A MyOsteoTeam Member

I found that CBD oil needs a small amount of thc to be effective for me, but it does help.
I discovered magnesium oil spray after one of my hip replacements - it helps quieten muscle and nerve pain. It is also worth asking your doctor whether you get enough magnesium in your diet (simple blood test) as this apparently helps with pain management.

posted September 3, 2019
A MyOsteoTeam Member

My sister swears by cbd oil with no thc works wonders!

posted February 6, 2019
A MyOsteoTeam Member

Meditation and exercise has been my saviour. Best of sleep to you.

posted January 22, 2019
A MyOsteoTeam Member

I have been on CBS oil for a couple of years which really helped me sleep but I have been recently experiencing fibromyalgia symptoms so I was prescribed gabapentin to help me sleep.

posted March 4, 2021

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