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Does Sleeping In Too Hot Of A Room Cause Night Terrors
What would cause excessive sweating in a 5year old boy in the winter, only at night when hes sleeping?
What can cause intense trouble waking in the morning, after getting adequate, or even "too much" sleep?
Maybe : Consider a sleep disorder, such as sleep apnea, which may not easily be apparent if you sleep alone. Excess snoring may be a clue. However, it is possible you might have anemia or a thyroid issue, or even low grade depression. Your family doc can help separate all of this out. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can night terrors in adults cause jumping out of bed around the room and strange screaming for about 1 minute? Thank you
Excessive night sweats, bad sleep, back pain since 2 weeks. Can this be due to my new foam mattress and using two blankets as the room is quite cold?
Not necessarily: As a mattress change can affect your sleep and cause back pain, but less likely night sweats. Some mattress/sheet combos do not breath well, so I can't say it's impossible that it's all related to the mattress/blanket combo. But I would try to switch over to a lightweight cotton(or other natural) fiber blanket and see how you feel. Otherwise, seek an in-person eval for other issues at hand. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
How can one tell if waking up often at night is normal or a sleep disorder? Assume no side effects or feeling sleepy during the day.
Sweating too much when I sleep at every night. not feeling hot/Also headache sometimes. Is this symptom of decease?
Weight loss?: If you have not lost weight, you probably do not have a disease. For good health - Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, low fat milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. Exercise at least 150 minutes/week and increase the intensity of exercise gradually. Do not use tobacco, alcohol, weed or street drugs in any form. Practice safe sex. Get HPV vaccine. ...Read more
At night when i go to bed , lots of things keep circulating in my mind, and as a result,my sleep never comes even after 2 hours of lying in bed. Help!
When I try to sleep I suddenly shock..what are the causes of sleep myoclonus?is it dangerous?happens 15-25 a night
Sleeping issues: You have two things to do: 1: See your primary doctor as soon as you can! 2: Please see a Psychologist to help you calm down. Should turn out OK - please keep me informed. ...Read more
Grt Q 4 NEURO, SLEEP: Thanks for your question. As ht chief of engagement, i know most of the top docs and will refer your q to the appropriate ones. Expect to see more answers, and don't hesitate to follow me. @drpam. ...Read more
Usually i sleep at 2:00 and wake up 09:00 in the morning. Is it ok to sleep that late? I'm not lack of sleep, just sleep late.
No problem: Youy get 7 hours which is O.K. ...Read more
I've been waking up in the night with cold night sweats sometimes following vivid dreams. Room temp and bedding have not changed. What's going on?
Many causes: Night sweats With vivid dreams have many causes other than the ones you mentioned. Medications can cause it. Taking meds like cymbalta (duloxetine) or even missed doses from it (withdrawals) can do it. Night time hypoglycemia can do it. Are you diabetic? Lookup somogyi effect. ...Read more
I have sleep delay. No matter how try hard or how tired or how lack of sleep I only can go fall sleep in the morming like 5 am. Often sleep shallow?
Invesigation needed: It sounds like thereis a reason for your sleep pattern. 1- caffeine intake 2-redbull or other "energizers" 3- daytime naps 4- lack of exrcise 5- medications which may affect your sleep 6- anxiety disorder 7- previous work in graveyard shift etc.... As you see - many causes need to be ruled out best way to sift through your problems - see your doctor and get help. Insomnia. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can eating too much (cheesecake) just before you go to sleep cause dry (very dry) mouth in the middle of the night and morning. Nu suliva at all?
Not the family bed: It is not specifically the familiy bed that leads to sids. And still despite risk factors there is not a known cause to the condition. Babies cannot protect the airway and should be free from loose clothing and bedding at night. Also parental or other siblings in bed may lead to infant injury, especially if those sharing bed have other illnesses or conditions. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Why do hot flashes increase in at night in meno, especially lying down. Can't sleep more than 1-2 hour heart paps, sweats, anxiety, desperate to sleep?
Menopause: Is a normal phenomenen due to "drying up" of hormones. It is the absence of hormones that trigger the classical symptoms in the lower brain which has to adapt. You can take hormones but it does not "allow" adaptation to occur and that takes time. Sugar in diet delays the adaptation. Thus, if you do not wish hormone treatment you will have to adapt. You can help by stopping all forms of sugar. ...Read more
Would a medicine I'm on be causing me to get hot at night and sweating sometimes when the room is isnt really that hot?
It may: The pharmacy you get your medicine at would be happy to print you out the "POSSIBLE" side effects of the medications you are on, and you could check them out. ...Read more
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