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Vibrating Sensation When Waking Up
Sometimes wake up in night with vibrating chest. Pulse ok & heart rate. Under a lot of stress. Oophorectomy 9 yrs ago. Going for heart scan soon?
Not sure but see: If your sure your pulse is normal -- less that 105 per minute and regular is probably not heart but one can have atrial fibrillation with fairly normal heart rate but would be irregular. Stress can certainly cause muscle spasms but I would think more of a twitching sensation over vibration. Is heart scan the CT scan or echocardiogram? U should see doctor and consider EKG and heart rhythm monitor ...Read more
I wake up feeling like my body was set to vibrate. Any reasons for this? I do have anxiety attacks but they are controlled,
Palpitations& vibrate in chest &stomach when laydown &wake up only. Pulse range 70-98. EKG &bloodtest normal. Pulse 70-98, otherwise healthy.?
Not likely dangerous: It doesn't sound dangerous. But best reassurance would come from wearing a heart monitor that can record EKG at home when it happens. ...Read more
I have been having this vibrating feeling in upper back while laying down and sitting and when I wake up. What could this be?
Uncertain.: It's uncertain whether you are describing your sensation of palpitations (of the heart), muscle fasciculations (involuntary contractions) or something else. ...Read more
My sis in law vibrate strongly her whole body while sitting or standing its happen sudden in the day about 4, 5 times. What it can be?
Seizure or Chills?: Its not normal. She may be having chills or seizure. Usually with seizures they may lose consciousness. Best is to get evaluated by a doctor.. ...Read more
Many reasons: Could be bad dreams. It could be something called night terrors; if he doesn't seem to know what's going on around him and he has no memory of the event in the morning, it might be this. Or maybe the room is cold. In any case, it's not likely to go on very long, and if it does, you should speak to your pediatrician about it. ...Read more
Is it natural to become angry & ready to defend my right and for my body vibrate shaking when people irritate and tease me?
Not necessarily: If this sudden, increased emotional activation is interfering with your functioning then you should see your doctor to evaluate both medical and other causes. ...Read more
When I lay down for bed at night I am just dozing off and my body starts to vibrate, it is not felt by touch on the outside.?
Sleep Vibrations: Here's an interesting article===>http://www. Lucidology. Com/blog/101/obe-vibrations/. When one falls asleep, the body actually becomes paralyzed and there is a general neural release which can be perceived as rushing water, vibrations, and other "strange" phenomena. Many people experience this, and there ar no known adverse health effects if you are otherwise alert and don't have sleep apnea. ...Read more
Angry vibrations: People experience and describe anger in all kinds of different ways. Some get so intensely keyed up that their bodies seem to vibrate --many nerves & muscles on alert, ready to go. It can come from extreme attempts to restrain yourself also. Different substances you might be using at the time can have an effect as well. If you're having trouble with anger episodes, a good therapist can help. ...Read more
Neck hurts: Hello ~ neck pain when you awaken is undoubtedly due to some underlying cervical spine problem and then lying in an awkward position. Explore healthier pillows and try them out at B B &B Have a baseline xray of cervical spine and change pillow to a perceived more comfortable position and check back with xray resultas ...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 more
Poor sleep - due to interruptions.
Inadequate sleep - often true at age 19.
Medications (stimulants) or alcohol - again age 19.
Possible that you have a primary sleep disorder or obstructive sleep apnea.
Depression / anxiety.
If your tiredness wears off during the day you do not likely have a more global cause. ...Read more
Night sweats: Because you are developing fevers late in the evening and sweating is one of the body's ways of lowering the body temperature. You need to see a doctor and find out why this is occurring. Tuberculosis is the classic cause of night sweats, but there are numerous other possibilities. Make a list of all your symptoms and their associations and take it with you to an infectious diseases expert. ...Read more
Normal Mechanism: Morning erection is just one of several erections a male can have during rem sleep. On average, a male can have 4-5 erections per night with each episode lasting around 20-30 minutes. This type of erection is referred as spontaneous erection. The erection process also occurs to supply oxygenated blood to the penis during the night. During the day, erections are man controlled. ...Read more
Mattress???: Your mattress could be too soft...Or it may have nothing to do with your mattress...As we age we all at some point have spinal complaints...If the pain is severe see you orthopaedic spinal specialist. ...Read more
Ideas: Fibromyalgia may present this way -- do you have any "rheumatic" aches? If the day probably offers nothing exciting, you may feel tired. Dysthymia or mild low mood disorder can tell you it's present by making you feel tired. Many of the chronic inflammatory disease, infamously rheumatoid arthritis and lupus, or even allergy may leave you tired all the time. Good luck with finding the cause. ...Read more