my calf of my legs are aching & I get the tingling thinking there's something crawling on them but when I lay down it's ok but when I get up in the morning to put my feet on the ground the tingling starts then the aching
It sounds to me as though the tingling and aching might be in relation to muscle contractions that are happening when they are tense? I learned a little about this in an Anatomy and Physiology course I took.
This is a good exercise to do: Lie down flat somewhere comfortable - Start at your feet and tense muscles there and hold for five seconds and release - repeat this three times. Then work up your body on all the muscle groups - calves, thighs, buttocks, stomach, arms, neck and shoulders - what this does is teaches us to feel and recognise the muscle contracting.
I have heard exercise sometimes helps to relax those muscles. I hope this helps! I would also suggest talking to your doctor perhaps to see if there is a deeper issue?
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