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Why Is Newborn Always Twitch In Their Sleep
What are the reasons for 10m old baby to give occasional jerks and weeping in sleep?is it normal?hope its not infantile.spasmBaby growing normally
My legs always fall asleep. Many times, it wakes me up in the morning and they are very painful & asleep. Is this a sign of poor circulation?
Unlikely: unlikely that it is secondary to poor circulation. If this was the case you would have worsening pain with physical activity while this could be positional. ...Read more
How old is kid: The appetite parameters and sleep habits of kids vary with age and stage of growth. The rapid growth rate of the first yr slows to 1/3 as fast by 2 , picking up again by puberty. Appetite reflects growth rate & state of health. Sleep habits follow a variety of influences, mostly anxiety-separation issues in toddlers.Clearly stating a kids age/stage will permit for focused answers. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Maybe for you: If only one side of one's body is affected, that makes me think about some form of a seizure. A neurologist is a specialist who could perform am examination including possible an eeg- brain wave test to rule in and rule out precisely what is wrong ( if anything) and to then commence with the appropriate intervention. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What would cause my dementia patient to have a bm in her sleep everynight at almost the same time and she is totally unaware. no accidents while awake?
Neonatal sleep: Depending on the age of your baby, the usual pattern of sleep is for 1-3 hours then feed, bathroom and then back to bed. This is a cycle and pattern throughout the day and rarely will a neonate sleep through the night. As they get older the pattern changes and they may have longer periods of wakefulness and may even sleep for stretches at night but not usually longer than 6-7 hours but changes. ...Read more
Are adolescent nightmare convulsions at all normal? My 8 year old son seems to convulse in his sleep and wakes up in a cold sweat. He claims to be having nightmares. Is this an adolescent thing? Could it have long term health implications?
Cold sweats: Your child is to young to be called an adolescent. He maybe having nightmares which can be brought on by too much scary movies or television before bed, but then again he may be having seizures. Try changing his life style before end. If no improvement i would get him evaluated by a neurologist. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is Advanced Sleep Phase Syndrome life-treathing? In fact, this makes me FULLY awake during my classes but in the evening I have big problems...
Try to treat it: Currently ASPD is not known to be more life-threatening than, say, obstructive sleep apnea. ASPD patients usually fall asleep between 6-8pm & wake up before dawn. Treating ASPD with bright light therapy in the evenings or with chronotherapy would be the most healthful approach for you. See a sleep specialist. http://www.sleepassociation.org/index.php?p=advancedsleepphasesyndrome ...Read more
What is a good treatment when hypnagogic foot tremor and some myoclonic jerks keep you awake? Sleep efficiency of like 50% just because of above?
My newborn keep on crying ,wiggling up her body as though she's in pain she does this when she's sleeping and nursing im very concern about why ?
Lots of reasons: There are a number of reasons why newborns cry--mostly benign--but you should have her evaluated by her pediatrician to make sure ...Read more
Yes: Babys will have their eyes closed even during feedings, that will pass quickly. Make sure your pediatrician or obstetrician feels the same. ...Read more
Self induced sleep paralysis/lucid dream where the body sleeps but the mind doesn't leaving me still refreshed in the morning is it this harmful?
Induced paralysis?: You can not self induce 'sleep paralysis' . This term mean you wake up and your mind is up but you can not move your body. This happens when state of 'wake' elements are mixed with state of 'rem' elements. It is not very uncommon but not frequent and you can see it in severe sleep deprivation, severe sleep architecture abnormality like in sleep apnea or in organic brain issues like narcolepsy. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
That weak tired feeling right when awakening.I get that throughout my day and while awake.Can that be a sign of cataplexy and sleep paralysis ?
My wife is a lactating mother who generally doesn't get much sleep and she's always complaining of dizziness and pains in body. Whats the cause?
Consider depression: I agree that dehydration is the most common reason for symptoms like these in a nursing mother, but post-partum depression can also present with physical complaints. If pushingg fluids and eating well isn't helping then consider this as a possible cause. ...Read moreSee 7 more doctor answers
Why is it important to sleep between 10pm - 2am? Is there any reasons why some say that it is better to sleep at night than to sleep in the morning.
Sleep hygiene: Sleep has a profound impact on your immune system , your mental health and you body's ability to function. There is no set time per se to sleep but most people's system gets attuned to a schedule and throwing it off is hard: constipation, upset stomached, headaches etc. Best to try hard to stay on a schedule. ...Read more
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