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Vibrations In Body While Sleeping
Took benadryl yesterday afternoon to sleep, today woke up with a brain vibration, don't remember if it was my whole body. No muscle problems. Was cold
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
Well...: Studies have been done with people apparently awake 8-10 days but there is evidence of micro-sleeping where there are transient periods of reduced responsiveness and consciousness during that time. The record is apparently 11 days. It is not good for mental and physical health so not recommended to try ...Read more
Fibromyalgia?: Diffuse achiness and fatigue could be fibromyalgia. Lack of effective sleep has been associated with the development of fibromyalgia. As well, could be a different rheumatologic condition, such as rheumatoid arthritis. Or else, it could simply be fatigue making you more achy, which does happen in and of itself. ...Read more
Myoclonus: Many people experience this. For some, it is pleasant. It is harmless. ...Read more
Deep sleep is super important for restoration. Listening to music with binaural beats while you sleep can help to deepen your sleep so that it's more efficient. I recommend music from this website. Http://www. Sleepphones. Com/mp3/free-mp3-downloads
see my article here. Http://www. Huffingtonpost. Com/dr-weishin-lai/sleep-and-senses_b_3424173.html. ...Read more
? question: Not sure of your exact question, but if your "body" feels it needs to be elevated (your upper body and head) when sleeping, you may have fluid in your lungs causing you to get s.O.B. If lying flat, etc.? Possibly re-phrace the question if you are asking about something else. ...Read more
Mattress salesman: Probably told you this. I have never heard of any medical evidence to support this. ...Read more
Too vague: Your description of symptoms is too vague. You need to see a dr. Who may have to run tests to hopefully determine the source of your problems. Just treating symptoms will open you up to possibly more problems later. ...Read more
See a good doctor:
There are many possible causes of fatigue including anemia, thyroid & other hormonal imbalances, vitamin/mineral/amino acid deficiencies, all sorts of chronic infections (viral, bacterial, fungal, parasitic), environmental or food allergies, environmental toxins, sleep apnea, stress etc.
Please see a good doctor, preferably an integrative one, for a thorough evaluation. ...Read more
? best way?:
I think part of your question was cut off. 1. Maintain a regular bedtime and awakening time schedule including weekends. Get up about the same time every day, regardless of what time you fell asleep.
2. Establish a regular, relaxing bedtime routine. Relaxing rituals prior to bedtime many include a warm bath or shower, aroma therapy, reading, or listening to soothing music.
3. Sleep in a room >>. ...Read more
YES: This is a significant change. Why are you reducing your sleep time? If you normally need ten hours and you reduce to 7-8 you may develop a sleep debt. At 19 you are still at an age when you may need not only more sleep but a later wake time than adults need. It is a fact of life until you hit your mid twenties. ...Read more
No: I would venture to guess most docs here routinely went 30+ hours awake while in residency. You certainly lose your focus and are fatigued, but 30 hours awake is not too shocking to your body. ...Read more
Sleep: Depending on the sleeping pills you will usually build up tolerance. ...Read more
A heart rate of 85 beats per minute (bpm) is not abnormal. For someone with a low resting heart rate it could be unusually high.
Since you are feeling unwell, please see your doctor or explore this more with one of ours. ...Read more
Sleep disruption: Often people will be woken up by dreams but not remember content, that doesn't mean it wasn't a dream. I teach my No More Nightmares class with thePlanned Dream Intervention skill that teaches the sleeping brain there is no such thing as a bad dream, so you sleep through your dreams and don't have the movement. Please see the No More Nightmares book and training. ...Read more
What could be the cause of the whole of your body spasming just as you are drifting off to sleep?
Is 5-6 hours enough sleep? Or it's not enough and can harm my body? I weightlift 5 times per week.
5-6 hours of sleep:
Per night is inadequate and can have adverse long-term consequences. Please see the following article for details:
www. Webmd. Com/sleep-disorders/excessive-sleepiness-10/10...
Here are 10 surprising -- and serious -- effects of sleep loss. Best wishes. ...Read more
Would my body be healthier than it currently is if I started using eyeshade and earplugs to sleep?
No need for that: There is no evidence that it will make your body healthier by doing that. ...Read more
Is it harmful to yiur body if you sometimes sleep 3 hours at day, and 8 hours at night? Just curious.
Irregular sleeping: Irregular sleep habits do have a number of bad effects over time, if one is not spending enough time in the deep stages of sleep as a result of the irregular sleeping habits. In addition to memory difficulties and mood problems, there is evidence that deep sleep deprivation can make diabetes control more difficult, which suggests to me that a significant stress on the body must be occurring. ...Read more
Sir, does insufficient fresh air supply during our sleep can cause body pain in the morning when we wake up??
Sleep apnea: Insufficient oxygen during sleep can cause body pain in the mornings. If you're suffering from a condition called sleep apnea, it can impede the oxygen flow to your muscles and organs, thereby causing not only muscle aches but the other potentially. If you think you are caught something from sleep apnea, see your doctor for evaluation and potential management. ...Read more
My whole body pains I couldn't even sleep properly, usually when I go to bed it starts pain so I woke up early?
Hmmm...: Hard to say... Sorry! Please check it out with a good primary care physician asap... You need help! ...Read more