For some reason, I have had restless leg syndrome since I was a kid. I'm not sure if it's best to stop shaking my leg, or I should keep shaking it. It makes me feel very uncomfortable if I try to stop shaking it intentionally. It's generally only my right leg that shakes, unless I'm in a specific position laying facedown. I can start shaking my leg in the daytime if I'm nervous, but stopping the shaking doesn't feel uncomfortable unlike the night-time phase, or if I'm laying down. I have had problems with walking all over the place too since I was a kid, instead of standing still. I was thinking the cause of RLS is something along the lines of nerve excitation, and maybe only one hemisphere of the brain is excited. I read some article that showed people with ADHD have better concentration when they are allowed to shake their legs, and researchers think it's because it stimulates the frontal lobes of the brain, allowing them to relax. I wonder if my leg shakes when I'm laying down because I'm trying to get to sleep. It's worth stating I have trouble falling asleep at a normal time, and my natural sleep schedule seems to be falling asleep very late at night. I have anxiety, and I think I have elevated stress hormones in addition to hypothyroidism, which I don't think is completely treated yet. I also have acne on my face, back, and chest, and rosacea.