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Why Do I Sometimes Sit Up With A Snort When I Fall Asleep On Airplane Position
Yes: Your soft palate may close against the back wall of your throat closing off air flow. This will cause you to awaken with a sudden snort as you generate enough pressure to overcome the obstruction. This is the same physiology that causes obstructive sleep apnea, so if you snore at home you might need a sleep study to assess for obstructive sleep apnea. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I feel like I have 2 heartbeats. 1 is normal. The other beats rapidly. It starts just after i fall asleep and wakes me up & stops when i sit up.
My son is 6 months old and likes to fall asleep with something soft. When is he able to sleep with something to sooth him? He can roll, sit up, crawl
When he can stand: We lose about 100 kids a year in the US to suffocation in bed linen, bumpers,soft toys when they fall asleep on/in them. When a baby has the physical capability of getting away from these things with ease they can have them in their bed.Until then, it is a deadly choice.Don't offer it and he will adapt. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have multiple fibroids. Lately when i kay on my back or fall asleep on my back, its very painful to sit up or roll over. Could it be the fibroids ?
During the day i nap, b4 i even fall asleep if i do, i sweat all over except hands and feet. Soon as I sit up I stop sweating. ?
Unusual: That's unusual I've never heard of someone who sweating is positional. If you're having fever this could be a sign of infection. If you're having diarrhea this could be something of a carcinoid tumor. This could also be due to anxiety !Visit your primary care physician for specific diagnosis and treatment ...Read more
Possible sleep apnea: As you fall asleep (transition from wake to sleep) your muscles of your airway also relaxes. If it relaxes a little, you may snore, more than that and you may start impeding airflow causing hypopneas/apneas (which you may sense as snorting). See your doctor, as a thorough history may warrant a sleep study. Good luck! ...Read more
Im always tired and if I sit too long I fall asleep. I can't get motivated either. How can I change this?
What could cause your lip/chin to "fall asleep" at night? When I wake up and switch laying position it goes away.
Why is my circulation so easy to get cut off all of a sudden? if I sit or lay 4short time my body parts fall asleep. Includng my head if I lay certain
Joint Subluxations ?: 24y female has paresthesias when assumes certain postures siting or lying. Her sex & age raise issue of Hypermobility Syndrome. If her bones commonly crack with normal use & if she is double jointed then suspicion is heightened. Loose joints slightly hyperextend, sublux, causing impingements and tugging of nerves that transit nearby. Paresthesias are crawly, tingly, numb sensations. ...Read more
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