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Default Nerves On Edge

How do you get your nerves to settle down and stop being on edge.

Is this a positive thing since maybe they are growing, stretching out, and not being hung up on things anymore.

I notice when I eat certain foods, it makes them more active.

I'm not sure if that is positive or negative.

They do not hurt. It just feels like they need to move and are on fire to go.

I stretch them and I walk a lot.
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