Christmas 2012 my TMS was at its worst. Since then I discovered the existence of TMS and slowly climbed up and got much, much better. Christmas 2013 is approaching and what do ya know, symptoms start to (re)appear. I am writing this to gain some insight in the process that is at hand. I am having two weeks off from work, starting today. Yesterday I got pretty wasted from just two beers (I rarely drink more than one beer) to celebrate the closing of the table tennis season. This morning I briefly woke up with a severe cramp in my left thigh. This is a pretty new symptom to me. Today I felt pretty worn out and when I stretched out after a little nap on the couch, a different muscle in my thigh started to cramp like hell. I also feel a bit on edge and almost anxious. Also I need to mention that since last night I ate a whole bag of marshmallows. I normally don't do that, but it was given to me, and once a bag is opened.... To complete the story, the last couple of weeks I had many short lived, shifting symptoms. The process is probably to do with the start of two weeks not having to work. Reflection might kick-in, so symptoms start to rise. The massive sugar intake probably didn't help things move in the right direction. It also may have to do with being conditioned about the holidays or vacation in general, more so because it was at its worst during last Christmas. Any replies are welcome. I you want to share your own experience about the approaching holidays, please do.