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Something Stung Me In My Sleep
At night sometimes I get a pain in my thigh that feel like a bee sting when I'm sleep then it's leave? What causes that?
Think about this:
If it's on the lateral upper thigh, think about a condition called meralgia paresthetica. This is a mild neuropathy caused by compression of the lateral femoral cutaneous nerve. It could cause symptoms like this on the thigh. It is often relieved by avoiding tight belts or losing weight etc.
Where is the feeling, and how long does it last? ...Read more
My daughter was stung (guessing in her sleep) found and removed a small stinger (clear with reddish tip) from her jaw. There is a hard lump under skin?
It's normal: You are a young man in the prime of your sexuality. Unless you voluntarily have ejaculations with a partner or by yourself often, you are going to have nocturnal emissions. They're natural, normal, good for you, and if anybody has told you otherwise, they had either been deceived or were deceiving you for some dark purpose. Talk with a man you trust -- maybe even dad or your doctor. Best wishes. ...Read more
Relaxation & gravity: When you sleep, your muscles relax, including the ones around your mouth, causing your mouth to fall open, and causing saliva to run out of the side of your mouth if you're laying on your side. It's also more likely to happen if you're a natural mouth-breather, have allergies, or sinus problems. Sleep apnea can play a part if present as well ...Read more
R/O RLS: RLS = RESTLESS LEGS SYNDROME. PSG or sleep study give far mor detail for insomnia and sleep disorders /Parasomnia./RLS. If a Seizure disorder is suspected an EEG Is ordered to evaluate a seizure focus. In your situation the PSG or sleep study is appropriate for initial evaluation and a Neurology consult. ...Read more
The answer is...: The answer to this type of hypothetical question is always: Yes. That is because there is no age in which a person cannot die in her sleep. From birth until age 100 years or more, a person can die; and her death can be during her sleep. The real question is "how likely" is a person to die in her sleep under the current circumstances. Even then, the answer (if an answer is possible) is a guess. ...Read more
Sleep Moaning: Talking, moaning, and groaning in your sleep by itself is generally harmless. However, people with rem sleep behavior disorder often groan, shout, yell, and act out their dreams. Talking or making noises during sleep can also be caused by certain medications, emotional stress, and mental health disorders. ...Read more
I am sorry that you: Are suffering. We can not help you take your own life. Please consider getting help. Once you accept help there is a good chance for hope to return. If you are having imminent if you are having thoughts about taking your life, please be seen at the nearest emergency room now. Have a friend or relative drive you or call 911 for emergency services for transport. You can call the national suicide. ...Read more
Your sleep partner: When you think about your sleep environment remember the person you share your bed with. Per Psychosomatic Medicine, there is a connection between sleep quality & couple's interactions--men have better interactions with their wives the day after a good night of shared sleep; women sleep better if they have less conflict with their husband during the day. ...Read more
If you awaken with a bitten tongue or have chewed the inside of your cheek, this could be a sign that you had a convulsion (seizure) during the night. If by "knots" you mean muscle soreness or cramps this would raise the suspicion of a seizure.
Or it could just be a sign of teeth-grinding (bruxism). ...Read more
Breathe through nose: Try breathing through your nose. Many people drool when they sleep because they're breathing through their mouths. If your nose gets stuffy, perhaps you are suffering from air-borne allergies or food sensitivities, causing a mild inflammatory response and therefore stuffiness. If you can breathe through your nose and keep your mouth closed, your saliva will stay in your mouth--and you won't snore! ...Read more
Bedwetting: It is imperative to discuss the causes of bedwetting. As studies have shown, bedwetting is closely related to constipation. Managing that can stop bedwetting. Testing for the 2 types of diabetes is mandatory. Diabetes mellitus (also called sugar diabetes) can be type I or type ii. Diabetes insipidus is due to a lack of anti-diuretic hormone. Consult your doctor for the proper management. ...Read more
Not enough info: To answer your question. The pain could have many causes, you need to see your physician for a complete evaluation. ...Read more
No good data: But for now I would avoid cell phones near kids brains. Advise using speaker phone when they are using cell phones especially if they do it often. ...Read more
Is there any way I can stop hitting in my sleep. I move a lot. Since I was a kid i'd get told about this.
See your doctor: You may need a sleep study or medication. ...Read more
Wife's body gets extremely hot during sleep from 7am to like 9am. She says this has happened all her life. What is happening here?
Core temperature: May differ. If temperature checked with a thermometer is high or she is symptomatic. ...Read more
I have a question for you. Why don't We percieve time when we sleep? Could We say that consciousness is out of "time" during sleep?
??: We perceive the passage of time through our senses. Since sensory perception is attenuated during sleep, we don't "sense" the passage of time. Its like a video camera. When it is on, there is a record of the passing of time. But when you turn it off, it is no longer useful for measuring the passage of time. Best wishes! ...Read more
Hey just wondering if anyone can shed some light why do I keep making groaning and moaning noises in my sleep? It's a on going thing now
Catathrenia: It is a condition called catathrenia. There is a very good review article of this annoying but benign condition at wikipedia. Com. Unfortunately, little research has been done on how to treat it. I wish you all the best. ...Read more
Why do I moan really loud in my sleep? I wake my kids and my husband up doin so? Its nothing to do with sex. Its humiliating to say the least.
During sleep background activity consist of symmetrically bisynchonous, fairly developed medium voltage 4-5 Hertz theta waves seen best posteriorly.?
Normal for age:
I suspect you've left out some additional information but this appears to be normal for his age to me. The posterior rhythm they mention may be a tad slow but then, again this is during sleep with eyes closed so it's fine.
Are they looking for seizures or is he very lethargic? Looks like pneumonia is under condition so I'm wondering if he's battling with that now or that's a previous condition ...Read more
At night sometimes I feel im woken up because I stop breathing. My friend said I was heaving in my sleep. Could it be something serious?
Nocturnal tingles: More often than not it is innocuous unless it is chronic and if it substantially disrupts sleep. Pressure on nerves like on the ulnar crease or funny bone can cause tingling along the length of the arm from the elbow down. Carpal tunnel syndrome more often affects the palms. Nerve compression in the neck area can prompt shoulder, neck and arm tingling. May be "sleeping wrong" on arm or kinked neck. ...Read more
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