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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.?

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Dr. Morton Levitt
Pathology
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In brief: 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.

In brief: 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.
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Dr. Parvez Fatteh
Physical & Rehabilitation Medicine

In brief: Restless legs

This sounds like restless leg syndrome, which can cause the legs, and often other parts of the body, to shake upon falling asleep at night.
There are several medications that your doctor has to choose from for this.

In brief: Restless legs

This sounds like restless leg syndrome, which can cause the legs, and often other parts of the body, to shake upon falling asleep at night.
There are several medications that your doctor has to choose from for this.
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