Cannot sleep if i dont rub my feet on rough textured fabric

by ezel
(sydney )

Hi, i just want to share if anyone is experiencing the same. Since i was a kid i cannot sleep if i dont rub my feet on a rough texture fabric which i have my favorite cushion that i always have it with me wherever i go.




You know the feeling after shower dry and warm or hot but no sweat. It is very uncomfortable and the only thing that can relaxed me and give me relief is when i rub my feet to my cushion then my feet will sweat; not really sweat it just feel moist, not dry.



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Dec 05, 2018
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YES M8
by: Anonymous

BRUH YES. what i do is wrap my foot in my blanket, then i put my wraped foot in between my bed and wall and rub away. I found out that the muscle i like to rub ks called the abductor hallicus (something like that) my mother told me ive been rubbing my foot since i was in her womb, that i would go to the side of her womb and rub. And till this day "currently 20 i rub my foot heavily in my dorm room 😂😂😂 funny crap ya know.

Jun 30, 2018
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Welcome mat
by: Anonymous

I have a welcome mat of plastic grass that is very rough and I scuff my feet on it several times to get kill the sensitivity in my feet. Works great.

Jun 20, 2018
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OMG
by: Anonymous

OMG I am same as you. I am wondering what fabric you use?

Aug 12, 2017
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me too
by: Anonymous

I personally use mosquito nets, it's just the best. If those aren't available the second best would be rough socks or a rough unpainted concrete wall

Mar 12, 2017
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Omg
by: Anonymous

Omg i'm not the only one. I can't sleep without rubbing my feet on my bed. My family hates when i do it because of the noise but it's too satisfying.

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