I tried this meditation whilst in bed using headphones. The visualisation in it concentrates on the spine. It talks about 'chakras' etc which I have been sceptical about. Anyway, it worked I felt very relaxed. I had a great night's sleep.
The You Tube clip has an illustration of a golden figure in a yoga pose.
In addition to this, I've been I've researching the countries with the lowest prevalence of RLS and the articles I read said Asian countries had the least and Nordic countries the most. It appears to be more prevalent in women. It got me thinking what do they do different to those of us in the West. I believe Their families are more closenit - perhaps less stress, more supportive. Their lifestyle might be more rural. They eat more turmeric than we tend to. Perhaps they are more in tune with some form of spirituality i.e. Relaxing the nervous system. They eat less meat and processed foods. They are exposed to less toxins i.e. Modern medicine, lotions and potions.
Based on advice on this site I have been spraying on magnesium, I've had iron water in orange juice at night. I've eaten more organic food and had a banana most evenings. Ive soaked my feet in magnesium flakes a few times as well. I've also purchased mineral creams and spent time before bed in my bedroom (no TV) doing little pampering things. I am sort of telling myself I am looking after myself.
As I posted earlier I've had 6 good nights sleep on the trot.
Hope some of this helps.