Hello everyone - My name is Tom and i'm from the Department of Psychology at the University of York (Here's me: linkedin.com/in/thomas-hunt...).
We are very interested in better understanding in better detail the cognitive impact of RLS. I've posted before and it's been a super useful experience so far, both in terms of collecting data and gaining a more personal understanding of RLS going beyond the research.
This week's talking topic that i've been wondering about: Research suggests that RLS is circadian-driven, with symptoms starting at the same time each night - this implies that a daytime nap should be symptom-free and restorative - does this fit with your experience?
We'd love to hear as many differing perspectives as possible so please get involved 🙂
Also, we're carrying out online RLS research right now if anyone wants to try out our memory game from home in your own time, just let me know (link attached - this link is just a quick starter form to check you are suitable for the study) 🙂