My TMS relapse has been longer and more troubling than I ever expected. I thought just because I KNOW I have TMS, that I would be able to conquer it easily every time. However, this time has proven to be difficult because it has changed locations and is literally keeping me up at night. The pain that I previously suffered with for over a year was located in the lower left of my back and my left glute/hip area (like a piriformis pain). This TMS recurrence has settled into my right outer glute/hip, traveling down the leg into my calf. I've never had pain in my right side before and I KNOW it's TMS, but it doesn't seem to want to let up. The pain is entirely different too. It feels more like a nerve pain- like a grabby pinchy nerve pain. I have journaled my little heart out and I believe I know the reason the TMS came back, but still no relief. Which brings me to night time. My brain seems to have been programmed now to have pain while sleeping. And oh what pain it is. I have pain in my upper/outer leg, but the worst pain is a charley horse type pain in my calf. I try the best I can to sleep with it, but inevitably I toss and turn and wake up exhausted and emotional from not having a good night of sleep in weeks. Any suggestions on how I can "reset" my brain when it comes to this night time pain. I so desperately need sleep, and I feel like each day that goes by, the TMS starts to win a little more by breaking me down into complete exhaustion.