My symptoms (buzzing, stabbing, stinging, tingling, twitching in my feet and legs) occur every minute of the day. They sometimes become so severe that I start to get headaches, brain fog, burning head/chest, and an inability to focus for long periods of time. I've been practicing mindfulness meditation very intently for about a month now, doing 1-2 thirty minute sessions each day of focusing on my breathing while allowing the symptoms to be there without reacting to them. This has been helping alleviate some of my emotional distress, but it's still very difficult. I also remind myself of my true diagnosis (TMS -- nothing structural), which helps settle me down sometimes. 1) For those of you who deal with CONSTANT symptoms (24/7, or literally every minute) -- what has helped you cope with and manage them without feeling distressed and overwhelmed all the time? 2) I have no trouble believing the diagnosis anymore, but I have a lot of trouble with the fact that my strategies are not "working" the way I want or expect them to. I've had these symptoms on a constant basis for almost 2 years and I have reduced my stress and extensively targeted my hidden emotions/underlying factors. But the symptoms have barely budged. (P.S. All medical testing is negative -- doctors say it's stress/anxiety, etc.) Any thoughts or advice would be much appreciated.