I'm a 64 year old Austarlian lady who's had RLS for seventeen years. During the past year the drug Pramipexol helped less & less until finally after hours of research I found out about Augmentation. I belong to two RLS Forums on Facebook and it has been such a life saver to have that support from RLS victims who know exactly what I'm going through. Now a month into my detox I can admit that I survived the worst and hardest experience that I've ever had to go through. I want to write a book and submit my experience to a Health Journal or Health Organisation but not quite sure who that would be. I've basically gone four weeks with maybe two hours sleep a day, walking constantly ALL through the night's. I'be been taking Gabapentin & Tramadol now for one week and slowly but surely I'm getting patches of good sleep. I haven't been able to work for six weeks, my head is foggy and out of focus and I feel exhausted, tired and depressed. Every single piece of information, evidence and insight takes us RLS sufferers further along to a better quality of life and better treatments.