Reflexology may help with Restless Legs Syndrome. I was shown this useful point so long ago, I'm afraid I can't
remember who to credit.
Restless legs syndrome can be so miserable. The twitching and the need to keep on moving the legs is awful and disrupts sleep.
I tried this reflex on a very close friend who was going on a long flight. She was desperately worried that she would have to keep getting up and walking around on the plane because she suffered so much from restless legs. I spent about 10 minutes working on this point the previous week, and she was absolutely fine for the whole of the journey.
I now ask everyone during my initial consultation whether they suffer from restless legs, because I know I can then include a fair amount of work on this point during the treatment.
Sometimes you can identify the problem without asking, as the reflex often shows as a slightly puffy area just in front on the ankle bone. Beware though, this indication isn't 100% reliable.
I have since shown many clients how to work this point for themselves if they can't sleep for restless legs. They can actually massage this point during the night. I have tried it myself and found it to be really effective.