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Wake Up At Night Gasping For Air
Boyfriend stated I gasp for air and choke in sleep. Does not wake me up. Very lightly snore. Wake up with dry mouth. Wake up 1-2x a night no reason.
Sleep apnea?: Could be you suffer from (obstructive) sleep, apnea. You could be waking yourself up gasping for air. With osa, you actually stop breathing and cannot get air into your lungs. This can be a very dangerous condition which should be evaluated. Can lead to heart problems. Start with your md and get a referral to a sleep md or dentist. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Talk to your dr: Sleeping is so vitally important for good health. It is when we recharge our battery and it enables us to thrive. Lack of good consistent sleep can not only be dangerous to our body ( high blood pressure, depression, anxiety) but to others. A leading cause of fatal car accidents is falling asleep at the wheel. Your body is telling you that you need help. Also look for a sleep specialist. ...Read more
4 year old suddenly crying at bed time, waking up at night crying for me not going back to sleep. Had 2 accidents at night (awake) but trained since 2?
Night terrors?: Reassure her/him. No tv prior to bed--calm at bedtime ...Read more
Find cause first: Night time coughing can be a symptom of asthma, post nasal drip from allergies or sinus issues or even acid reflux from the stomach. Night cough can interfere with normal sleep patterns and lead to day time drowsiness. A lung specialist such as an allergist or pulmonologist can assist in finding the cause so that remedy can be prescribed. ...Read more
I always wake up 2-4x at night. Xanax, toviaz, (fesoterodine) tea haven't helped me sleep thru. Stomach sleepr, mouth breather. Fall back to sleep quick. Sleep study?
I have so much trouble falling asleep, staying asleep, and i wake up no less than 4 times a night. I wake up every morning exhausted and tired.
Sleep apnea: One of the first things you have to figure out with the symptoms of this is sleep apnea a condition where you stop breathing in the middle the night and has many variations of this disease but they have one common element frequent awakening in the middle of night and feeling exhausted in the morning. After this has been ruled out then mood and anxiety disorder is next in the possible causes. ...Read more
Rule out sleep apnea: An important sleep disorder that involves waking up, gasping for air, and often also involves snoring is called obstructive sleep apnea. There is a temporary closing off of the airway during sleep that causes periods of no breathing and therefore involuntary waking. There are other conditions that can involve gasping, including waking from nightmares, night terrors, anxiety attacks, and others. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Every night, wake up sweating, remove sheets; wake up again very anxious with obsessive fears; finally at ~9 AM, wake up feeling normal.
You need medical che: There is good treatment available as medicines to take to control your anxiety and help you sleep better. You can ask your PCP for help or to refer you to a psychiatrist . The underlying cause also needs to be sorted out. Counseling/ CBT(Cognitive, behavioral Therapy) will also help you to get over this problem. But seek help now before this becomes a more serious problem. ...Read more
My 3-month-old sleeps 6-9 hrs straight at night. During the day, he's alert and smiley and nurses every 2-3 hrs. Should i wake him up at night to eat?
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