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Body vibrating!
Jan 25, 2007
I've had this really weird problem for some time now. Iím a poor sleeper at the best of times, but sometimes I wake up during the night (sometimes more than once) with a fast vibration happening in my body. It feels the same as violent shivering when youíre very cold, or like a cellphone vibrating, but Iím not cold or in any way uncomfortable.

Eventually it subsides Ė can take over half an hour. At first I thought it was my heart (after all, what ELSE can vibrate inside your body...), but the funny thing is, if I feel the pulse in my neck, I can feel a normal pulse as well as the shaking. My doctor says itís impossible for you to have a normal pulse and fibrillation at the same time though.

He did an ECG, which was normal, and doesnít know what it is, and got me to try an antifibrillant drug last night, on the basis that if it stopped then it was fibrillation! It happened again last night though.

I've tried getting up and walking around, and my heart doesnít seem to be in any kind of distress. Itís quite worrying though, as no-one knows what it is.

Anybody got any ideas?

Thanks
Re: Body vibrating!
Jan 25, 2007
[QUOTE=lamac;2762750]a dream...seizure...night terror....there are so many possibilities...I am curious to hear if you figure this out.

Lamac[/QUOTE]

I can't remember which sites I saw it on, but I would appear to be not QUITE the worldís only sufferer... hereís a couple of quotes from others, which illustrate it quite well:


ďFor the past 5-6 weeks I wake up several times a night with a vague
sensation of rapid (my guess would be 200+ /min , regular vibrations that I
cannot pin to any specific part of my body. If I'm laying on my back I feel
them there, if on my side I feel them there. Sometimes if I'm sitting I
feel them in my feet (less common). It is always where I have pressure on me
where I feel them, and they are so light I probably would not feel them when I'm
up and about unless I am sitting quietly in a chair. Whatever it is us usually
happening when I awake, but often stop suddenly.
I was worried they could be atrial fib / flutter, but when they happen
it does not affect my ventricular rate at all. At night when this happens
my rate stays a regular 48- 52 / min (which is normal for me). Everything
I have read indicates either atrial fib or flutter would effect my
ventricles in some way so this is leading me to believe this may not be
heart related at all. Do you have any ideas as to what it could be?
As I said there is no pain, and I cannot feel any specific muscle twitching.Ē

(Thatís it exactly, except mine doesnít seem to be affected by pressure, and is rather stronger than that guy. And I do feel mine is kind of chest-centred. But Iím not totally sure).


ďI am 34yrs old and for the past 12 months I have suffered with what I would describe as flutters in the chest when I go to bed at night. They used to occur only if I had had a night out eating and drinking alcohol. For the past 2 months they occur every night, and may even wake me 3 or 4 times a night. They often settle if I change position and are much worse when on my right side . I am now becoming concerned. My Dr suggests that it may be due to pressure from a possible hiatus hernia. Should I be worried?Ē

And:-

ďSometimes when I'm falling asleep I seem to vibrate--the location isn't clear, perhaps it comes from the chest, but I can't find specific muscle groups that are doing it, unless they all are somehow. The frequency is maybe 5-7 Hertz and the amplitude is similar to a vibrating bed in a motel, though the frequency of my
vibration is, subjectively anyhow, slower than those beds. When I change position it goes away. I would guess that it's my heart, but when I take my pulse I find that it's regular and normal feeling. I'm told though that the pulse is a poor indicator of what the heart is actually doing. I don't seem to have any other symptoms, but it's kind of worrisome.Ē


Again, thatís it Ė except with me it NEVER happens when Iím falling asleep; only when I wake up from a dream (which can be 1-4 times a night). And it doesnít go away if I change position.
Re: Body vibrating!
Mar 29, 2007
Hi!

Boy was I relieved to find this post!
Over the past couple of weeks I've been waking around 4am with my chest vibrating. A couple of times I've almost gone to the hospital to have it checked but I did fall back to sleep and when I woke it had stopped and I didn't think about it anymore.

This afternoon I was sitting in the kitchen and couldn't figure out what was vibrating. Then I went to my office and when I sat in my chair I could still feel the vibration. Like someone else said, it feels like a minor earthquake vibration.
It's been going on now for about 2 hous and it's driving me crazy! I also feel lightheaded.

Like others have mentioned, I am about 30 lbs overweight and 55 yrs old. I'm reluctant to call my Dr. because he's been trying to figure out for the past 3 years what the pain I have in my upper abdomen is. No one has been able to figure that one out and this one sounds even more weird!

Someone mentioned meds.........I'm taking Gabapentin (generic for neurontin) for nerve pain related to Shingles which I developed a couple of weeks ago (at least they could diagnose this one!). I also take thyroid medication which now that I'm thinking of it, I forgot to take this morning. Is anyone else on those meds? Also, I only got 2 hours of sleep last night as I was in Atlantic City and stayed up all night!! Just thought I'd mention these details to see if anyone else has had similar situations. This is the first time I've noticed this during the day. Hope that doesn't mean it's getting worse!

Sure hope we can find some kind of connection here........ Love this getting old stuff!

Annie
Re: Body vibrating!
Apr 14, 2008
[QUOTE=ninemia2007;3483101]Well, I had very similar symptoms a few months ago and I found them to be very well correlated with a choline supplement I was taking (lecithin). My doctor did ask about my diet and suggested I lay low on all type of stimulants, even extra calcium (pretty much a diet for hypertension).
It did the trick for me. Although, mine was never perceived from an outsider and it came on and off all throughout the day as well.[/QUOTE]

I too, am greatful for finding others with similar experiences. My vibrations started 8 weeks ago and I think they are related to two things; I sprained my cervical spine one day before taking one very small dose of a generic Prozac (2-3mg). In about 2 hours, I could hardly hold my head up, my face was stiff, my jaw was stiff, and I believed I was having what is called a dystonic reaction from the Prozac. This means that your muscles contract and can become stiff, usually in the upper neck and head area. It is unusual from Prozac, but can happen. I started taking benadryl (which helps with dystonic reactions) and it did relieve some of the stiffness. I went to sleep that night and woke up vibrating. I have been having this vibration since then. Initially it was all day - I felt like I was standing on a vibrating pad at times, that someone had turned on low. If I lay against something, I could feel it in my back and neck and even into my chin. It was driving me crazy. If you touched me, it could not be felt by someone else.

When I saw the Ortho doctor, they thought the cervical sprain alone could have caused the stiffness of my facial muscles and neck, but I believe the medicine played a role, compounding it. She sent me to PT. The PT said that my "vibration" were my trapezius muscles having spasms. After 4 weeks, the MD did an MRI, and found some slight disc protrusion at Cervical-5-6, but no compression of the spinal cord (probably a normal finding for my age 51). I asked her about the "vibration" being normal (because I needed reassurance), and she said it wasn't, but that I could wait three months and go to a movement disorder specialist in Neurology. I found a Neurologist and went that week. He says I do have a slight tremor, but could not explain the vibration feeling. He did not think it was a systemic problem, like MS or Parkinson's. I then went to my family doctor who gave me a very low dose Valium (.5mg), which I tried once to help me sleep. It did help, but then I had muscle twitching in my eye for 24 hours, and was afraid to take it again (after the first bad experience with the generic Prozac). Both told me not to return to PT, as it was possibly aggravating the situation.

At about week 5, I noticed that the vibration started to feel less during the daytime, but continued to wake me up at 4am. When I would reposition myself in bed, or try to stretch the back muscles, it definitely diminished the vibration feeling. So, again I was left feeling that it was related to muscles. As the vibration diminished, I noticed that I began having intermittent twitch-like feelings in different muscles usually when I was relaxing (not noticeable to another person, but again, more of a feeling, a sensory thing).

So, I am still trying to figure this out - I am wondering about the choline thread because dystonic reactions from medicines like Prozac, can be related to too much acetylcholine to dopamine ratio in your system (medicines that block dopamine change the normal ratio), and can be treated with anticholinergic medicine. Benadryl had helped initially for me. I don't know too much about muscles, but I believe that actylcholine is involved. I agree that the doctors seem puzzled and unfamiliar with this symptom, which makes it all the more anxiety producing.

I think it is a good idea to try to find a common thread, if there is one. I'm wondering if anyone else could have had a potential injury, over stretching of the back or neck muscles, and/or are on any medicines that block dopamine (or increase actylcholine). Has anyone found a medicne that helps (like the person who took the antibiotic), because that might give us a clue as to what is drivng the symptom. I have no family history, and don't smoke, and rarely drink, and take no other meds. I resumed my omega three fatty acids (flaxeed oil) because it seems to relax me.
Re: Body vibrating!
May 10, 2008
[QUOTE=zelda54;3557003]I am experiencing the body vibration, but only when I am trying to fall asleep. You're right; it does feel a little like shivering. One site I read recently suggested there may be a link between body vibration and restless leg syndrome. I have a mild form of that. Does anybody else have this going on?[/QUOTE]

Hi all my fellow vibronauts! I too have this weird thing and have been trying to figure it out. I seem to get it when I am soaking in a hot tub and start to drift off. It also happens when falling asleep or waking up. It is mostly in my chest area. There is no anxiety but I can certianly see how it could trigger a panic attack. I also suffer from restless leg syndrome but strangely enough I haven't had it for a while but the chest vibrations seems to be happening more often. A couple of weeks ago I got it while soaking in the tub and it just made me want to cry it is such an icky feeling. Just a week ago or so I woke up with it and it felt like my heart was going to beat out of my chest. It is not a painful feeling though. I have a sneaking suspicion it has to do with stress. I wonder if it is because we get ourselves so tense and then we allow our bodies to relax and the nerves all come alive! I am so happy to find others who have this vibe syndrome and only hope we can find out what it is. It seems that is what most of us want...an explanation.
[QUOTE=Hogweed;2762545]I've had this really weird problem for some time now. Iím a poor sleeper at the best of times, but sometimes I wake up during the night (sometimes more than once) with a fast vibration happening in my body. It feels the same as violent shivering when youíre very cold, or like a cellphone vibrating, but Iím not cold or in any way uncomfortable.

Eventually it subsides Ė can take over half an hour. At first I thought it was my heart (after all, what ELSE can vibrate inside your body...), but the funny thing is, if I feel the pulse in my neck, I can feel a normal pulse as well as the shaking. My doctor says itís impossible for you to have a normal pulse and fibrillation at the same time though.

He did an ECG, which was normal, and doesnít know what it is, and got me to try an antifibrillant drug last night, on the basis that if it stopped then it was fibrillation! It happened again last night though.

I've tried getting up and walking around, and my heart doesnít seem to be in any kind of distress. Itís quite worrying though, as no-one knows what it is.

Anybody got any ideas?

Thanks[/QUOTE]

Hi Hogweed,
I know this is a very slow response to this original post, but I deal with a very similar condition. As many of you have done, I've consulted a physician, but I also spoke to a spiritualist who believes this is much more etheric than physical. My condition started immediately after a visit to a gravesite so I'm curious if the rest of you had done something similar or had any religious or spiritual experiences right before this condition began. Just curious.
Hello,

I am experiencing the same problems with the vibrations. Mine have been going on for a few years now.

Unfortunately, they seem to be getting worse. It started with just the sensation in my legs when I went to bed, but now I feel it from head to toe and I am starting to feel it 24/7.

It feels just like most of you are describing...like a vibrator going off.

I am not on any medications. I have been under a lot of stress and my diet probably isn't the best.

I had a doctor years ago tell me that it was restless leg syndrome. More recently a gyn suggested dehydration and lack of exercise.

I have "Googled" body quivering as well as body vibrating. Once you wade through the "romantic novel" entries there are a lot of mentions of magnesium deficiency.

I have started taking Magnesium supplements just in the last few days. Last night I started trying to workout every day and increase the amount of water I drink. Last night when I went to bed, the vibration did not seem to be as bad, but it woke me up at 3:30am and has been vibrating ever sense.

I don't think that there has been enough time to tell if the magnesium supplements are going to help and certainly I haven't been working out long enough to make a difference.

Has anyone else read anything about deficiencies that may cause this?

I'm very glad to find other people who are having the same problem. At first, I thought it was an external problem, but the problem continued after I moved, and I now know that it is me that is vibrating.
Re: Body vibrating!
Oct 23, 2008
Well hi to everyone :) Isn't it great when you think you've got something really bizarre and you research it and find that actually you're not alone and better still that something that was worrying you like mad turns out not to be serious. Well, it can't be can it if all you folk are all still around.

I have had this body vibration for quite a while, like some of you, it was a while before the penny dropped that it wasn't external! It started when I had been having panic attacks and when I gradually overcame them it stopped too.

However, it has started up again recently without any of the other panic/anxiety symptoms, well, not at the same time anyway. For me it starts when I lie down in bed sometimes. I generally fall asleep, but have started to wake up about an hour before I usually do, hot and sometimes sweating and vibrating. I feel it in a line from my chest downwards but I can't feel it externally no matter where I put my hands. I am usually lying on my back, though I start off on my right side when I first get into bed. Like most of you I tend to feel for my pulse (an old habit anyway from the panic attack days). Often my pulse is pretty regular and not overly fast but a bit faster than usual. I generally have a pulse about 52 - 54 when resting. I don't know how to deal with it so I just lie there hoping to go back to sleep. About an hour later I get up and it stops. I find it unsettling although I have just about accepted that it isn't going to kill me (I hope anyway lol).

For the statisticians among you, I am 57, about 42 lbs overweight, have pulsatile tinnitus in one ear (which makes taking your pulse really easy!) and pretty healthy. My best guess about this is that it is stress related, I have had so many different symptoms for stress that I just count this in as one of them. In recent weeks I have been having a "lump" in my throat in late afternoon/early evening which goes off before bedtime. I have hot flushes though I am way past the menopause and my sleep is more disturbed than it has been for quite a few months. We have a heated bed though it's turned down pretty low, and I don't wear night attire.

For about a year I have been taking Wahl Magnesium B because I understood it helps the nervous system, but didn't know about taking calcium with it (guess who will be in the shop this weekend buying some??)

Sorry this is long, hope it helps. I will be keeping an eye on this thread you can be sure of that!
Re: Body vibrating!
May 17, 2009
Have you read through the thread, there is a poster who has some links to Lymes disease and symptoms. She (?) is quite convinced that this could be the answer. As I don't remember ever having been bitten by a tick I don't see it as the cause for me. I am more convinced of a stress related link. I have currently been experiencing the vibration again recently and although I am not a stress head at all, I am beginning to think that being affected by stress is not just linked to dreadful things like bereavement, job loss, divorce etc. but can have it's roots in smaller, but just as meaningful causes such as my son being dismissed from his job etc. I have a daughter whose life is often affected by her problems healthwise and because we're close, her problems become my problems too.

So, maybe for me anyway, it's a build up over a period of time that then starts to affect me. Your adrenal glands are the ones responsible for the fight or flight response that is behind panic attacks etc. Perhaps one day the load is too much for your body to cope with and that's when stress symptoms start to appear. I don't have panic attacks any more (fingers crossed anyway) but I do get this vibrational thing. I have searched the net, looked at symptoms and causes of heart disease and have come to the conclusion that as it's not a permanent thing, I don't feel ill or sick, that stress is the most likely factor in it happening.
I thought I would add to this long topic.

I am a 47 yr old female. I just started getting this about 6 weeks ago on a semi regular basis.

I also get other wierd things happen as I am falling asleep such as falling sensation, twitching, pulsing, and the vibrations that have been talked about here.

This only seems to happen as I am falling asleep although the vibration thing has also happened after I have woken up in the middle of the night or sometimes I think it actually wakes me up. To me it feels like a bee buzzing down the center of my body between the chest and belly button area.

It all started with other symptoms that I am attributing to my adjustment on thyroid medication. I go to an endo on Monday but I am sure when I tell him about this he will dismiss it. I have tried ativan 2x so far and that so far has stopped it, but I don't want to rely on that. I don't feel anything when awake and moving around just when I am relaxed to the point of about to fall asleep.

I live in the desert so I don't think it is lyme disease.
Why is it that in Society today, something "Different" happening to your body is so frightening to many of you that you must get medications to "numb" the effect. Your body is " speaking" to you through these vibrations. There is a message there if you know how to listen. If you simply put a mask on it with medicines or ignore it...then your body will " speak what you must hear"
"LOUDER". This is what disease IS..your body will be in " DIS-EASE" ie not at ease...(illness)..why do you believe Cancer is growing so fast in society today and somehow in some people's lives ( miraculously) disappears..it is not the miracle as some may think it to be that some of who are afflicted finally accept themselves as they are, not as they think themselves to be but rather as they truly are that the disease suddenly vanishes as quickly as it came..screaming out for you to hear...someone once said..." Who hath ears to hear, let him hear" others only follow the words intead of the hidden meaning. The next time you feel these vibrations come along...sit quietly in a room undisturbed and listen to it....FEEL it....let your whole being and complete quiet attention observe these vibrations. In the still of your mind you will come to understand that the vibrations are your energy centers within your body awakening. That is what vibration is at it's core...it is energy being released. These energy centres are also known in some cultures and civilizations as chakras. There is much information freely available on the internet about the importance of these within your body. Modern medicine knows nothing of this since it is corrupt and only interested in promoting drugs and post-medical procedures. It is an industry which wants your hard earn dollars to survive. It does not want you well since if it were so, they would become irrelevant to us. It needs sickness and disease to stay alive. Listen to your heart..it knows the truth and if you listen to yourself you will come to learn it also. These vibrations are nothing to fear...they are a part of your natural evolution. Think of what it would lose if the caterpillar who begins the first steps to metamorphe itself into a beautiful butterfly would be to fearful to of the changes to it's body that it would ignorantly try to halt these with medicines to suppress the change or numb it's thoughts to prevent it's onset. To us we would think it the unthinkable, the unimaginable thing to do...it would lose out on it's most beatiful and special time of it's life to come. We must be as the caterpillar...have faith in ourselves and believe in the coming changes to ourself and the world ahead...be brave and conquer your fear. In doing so you will learn the lesson of living true...of living a pure and joyful life. Be yourself..listen to yourself..you know the truth..it is always there within YOU.
I appreciate your post luckyluke777, but it has no productive merrit. I have never taken a drug for this problem, as I rarely take medications at all. And although it sounds very funky to sit in a quiet room and listen to it, it doesn't solve the problem any more than the drugs. There is something wrong with me, and it is becoming dibillitating. My left arm is weak as a kitten, and my joints and muscles are painful. I feel the vibration 24 hours a day, and when I read about others who feel it for 30 seconds at a time, I feel envy. I am scheduled for an MRI in a week, as my dr. feels it is probably spinal cord related. There is a possiblity that a disc has degenerated and is pressing on my spinal cord. I am also going for more blood work to test for Lyme Disease. The symptoms are very similar and its worth a shot. Accepting it, and embracing it as my "body's energy centre awakening", sounds ridiculous. I have a life to live, kids to raise, work to do and this miracle you describe is getting in my way. Thanks for the post though. You are entitled to your say. No matter how useless.
Re: Body vibrating!
Jul 29, 2009
Lucky luke that's an interesting theory, but if vibrating was good for us I doubt so many of us would be bothered so much about it.

Roshea the bit of your post that stands out for me is this : "Am 53 y.o.. I do not go outside unless I have to because of allergies to everything green here in Arkansas. I do not like the heat at all." Surely that situation is enough to have you constantly in a state of some anxiety and stress. Stress is a really mean adversary, just when you have conquered one of its symptoms, it produces another. There seems to be a huge range from sweating and shaking, needing the loo urgently, feeling sick and faint, palpitations, racing pulse, headaches and stomach upsets, the list goes on and on.

That's why I think the vibration is just another outlet for your body to express itself. As I seldom feel ill or indeed have any illnesses, I attribute all these odd quirky symptoms to being anxious or stressed. For me the most annoying part is that I never counted myself in as a worrier or stress head but I think your subconcious is a powerful piece of kit that can work against you quite effectively without you being aware of it. I don't vibrate nearly as much as I used to which I attribute to having recognised vibration as yet another symptom of stress which comes and goes according to what's going on in my life. I often have a lump in my throat and the accompanying phlegm, but that, too, comes and goes; it's probably more of a nuisance than the vibrating as that usually only happens at night. The lump in the throat can come on at any time and I find it really annoying, constant swallowing and clearing my throat and lots of water.

So there you go, my opinion for what it's worth. You do have underlying stress, not going out is not good for you!
Re: Body vibrating!
Jul 30, 2009
When something new comes into many peoples lives many if not most are bothered by it..not because it is bad or detrimental to us but because it upsets the order of the day....it forces change to your routine. Life is only what you perceive it to be from YOUR reference point. Your senses perceive something and you or another establish an opinion on what it is and what will come of it. That doesn't make it so...it is just an established opinion that is accepted as fact. I am not claiming to know what these vibrations are for all who sense it since I can only speak for myself and what has happened to me..I am just trying to explain my experience...if that helps only one person then great...you need not accept my opinion...but be not so quick to judge the truth or falseness of what I speak..rather experience it....the first time I experienced it I was just as " freaked out" as most of you, I awoke in my bed in the middle of the night vibrating so hard I thought the whole room was shaking. I looked over to my wife who has always been a light sleeper who would awake to a pin drop any other night, yet she was still sound asleep. I realized then and there that this "buzzing" "vibrating" was coming from inside of me. I still thought to myself that the vibration was so strong surely my wife could feel the bed vibrating and actually woke her to ask her if she heard something. She then mumbled no and returned to her sleep. This happened over and over and bothered me quite a bit for several years until I read the information of what I spoke of...I tried it...AND IT was the truth for ME. I experienced the same things...so those who dare just to try and experience your vibrations as I have suggested on earlier posts and be your own judge...if nothing comes of it...flush my opinion down the drain..what have you to lose but a night or two of peace and quiet. But if you find that what I spoke of is TRUE...then and only then...your opinion of what life is all about will change...yes it will change because you will understand that some things in life are beyond doctors or medical understanding yet need not be feared. Life is a series of events and experiences and that's all it is or is it? You decide !
My few opinias
1 ) i listen to george noory show - they said there that the soul leaves the body sometimes for a few seconds when enter back into body we feel this vibration
2)i also think it could be some pinched nerve somewhere
3)but most likely it is due to stress / im truck driver and when i go to a large city and many stops and need to fight traffic like crazy and get angry and sad if a bad run ,forget my meals ,if next day same thing then i might feel the vibration
4) i was in extreme heat area for few days and stress and got tired of it and rent a room at hotel and woke up in big vibration
5) maybe we are special lets think pozitive / dont worry relax
Re: Body vibrating!
Jan 11, 2010
You're NOT crazy or SICK...what you're experiencing has been around for milleniums by Bhuddists called Chakras or Kundalini awakenings! You just need to research it and you will see you don't need meds so relax..by relaxing and accepting it as part of you you will come to realize that you can actually control them in their intensity and bring them on by willpower or turn it off by willpower. It is your body awakening...wether you accept the spiritual explanation or not is entirely up to you but you need not worry that anything is wrong with you. Why do you think doctors know nothing about it...because it is NOT a medical problem...meditate on it or just simply when you experience the vibrations again...lie there breathing deeply , just relaxing and accepting it. Experience it.
When something new comes into many peoples lives many if not most are bothered by it..not because it is bad or detrimental to us but because it upsets the order of the day....it forces change to your routine. Life is only what you perceive it to be from YOUR reference point. Your senses perceive something and you or another establish an opinion on what it is and what will come of it. That doesn't make it so...it is just an established opinion that is accepted as fact. I am not claiming to know what these vibrations are for all who sense it since I can only speak for myself and what has happened to me..I am just trying to explain my experience...if that helps only one person then great...you need not accept my opinion...but be not so quick to judge the truth or falseness of what I speak..rather experience it....the first time I experienced it I was just as " freaked out" as most of you, I awoke in my bed in the middle of the night vibrating so hard I thought the whole room was shaking. I looked over to my wife who has always been a light sleeper who would awake to a pin drop any other night, yet she was still sound asleep. I realized then and there that this "buzzing" "vibrating" was coming from inside of me. I still thought to myself that the vibration was so strong surely my wife could feel the bed vibrating and actually woke her to ask her if she heard something. She then mumbled no and returned to her sleep. This happened over and over and bothered me quite a bit for several years until I read the information of what I spoke of...I tried it...AND IT was the truth for ME. I experienced the same things...so those who dare just to try and experience your vibrations as I have suggested on earlier posts and be your own judge...if nothing comes of it...flush my opinion down the drain..what have you to lose but a night or two of peace and quiet. But if you find that what I spoke of is TRUE...then and only then...your opinion of what life is all about will change...yes it will change because you will understand that some things in life are beyond doctors or medical understanding yet need not be feared. Life is a series of events and experiences and that's all it is or is it? You decide !



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