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... ok, i hope someone can help. my boyfriend has been dealing with anxiety and panic attack for the past yr, it's affecting everything. he's had so many test and everything always comes back normal. well for the last few months it has gotten a lot worse, his body jerks and he feels like he is not breathing and it happens weather he is awake or trying to go to sleep. it is really... (0 replies)
... I have been checked for sleeping apnea etc as i always was awake at night and tired during the day so i have no sleeping issues. ... (1 replies)
Sleep Issues
Apr 18, 2015
... I also have Paradoxial Reaction Syndrome where my body acts the opposite with medication. Such as Benadryl and Pain Meds make me hyper not sleepy. I can not fall asleep on my own. I lie there with thoughts racing in my head like my brain won't shut off. ... (0 replies)

... weeks as I feel sick those few weeks ago and I stuffed it up by sleeping in late and lying in bed all day. Since January I had been sleeping great but as soon as I got sick it stuffed it up. ... (3 replies)
... My sleep rehab dentist told me that the dental appliances work best for people with mild to medium sleep apnea, and that is where I was classified following my two nights of sleep study. My husband says that I am still making some noise when I am wearing the appliance, but that it is not the same as my usual very-loud snoring. I don't have much trouble falling asleep with... (6 replies)
... My dental technician mentioned that one of their patients tried an appliance. It did help but they could not get results at the same level as the cpap machine. It does seem trying a bunch of masks first might be best, but if you can't get any success than this might be worth a try. ... (6 replies)
... I'm curious as to how your dental device turned out? ... (6 replies)
... I have had some symptoms similar to yours caused by allergies, and there are more and more ties to allergies and depression maybe try that. Sometimes in door early morning exercise can get some of your fight and flight chemicals pumping which can help counter act these symptoms. (1 replies)
... I hesitate to label myself as an insomniac, but I fear I'm headed down that road. I can not sleep at night and if I do it is not restful or relaxing. ... (0 replies)
... I've visited my doctor a lot in the past 3 months, and he made a lot of changes to my meds. He added Vyvanse to help with the fatigue, as well as the depression. He took away buspar, which is for anxiety. ... (1 replies)
... I have the same symptoms as you, for best part of 3 years. I had a sleep study last week, and true to my form, I could not turn off my brain, and I only slept 1 hr all night! ... (11 replies)
... Thanks for replying, I did my extensive research and came to a conclusion that it was related with depression, so I'm on an sort of anti-depressant right now and it's been working really well. Sleep apnea is a potentially serious sleep disorder in which breathing repeatedly stops and starts, I hope you get well and all your worries and problems get solved, IA. I no longer... (2 replies)
... ve always had sleeping problems. Often fell asleep in class. Was known for my head slowly bobbing up and down as I desperately tried to stay awake. Had to stand in front of the class and read from a book while standing as punishment. ... (1 replies)
... It could be. First step is to see your doctor. This could be caused by many things not even related to sleep such as an injury or maybe your pet if you have one. ... (1 replies)
... While this may be a bit different I had a seizures which caused me to fall asleep without my cpap on. Next thing I know I woke up several days later on a vent in ICU with respiratory failure (acidosis) verified via pH levels from arterial blood gas tests. They still can't tell me if it was the osa or epilepsy that put me in the ICU. I hope this might help. (1 replies)
... lose, my mind will start to rant. all kind of things or imagination will go on in my mind. but when i open my eyes all the ranting and imagination will stop but as soon as i close my eyes it starts again. this ranting and imagination doesn't happen to me when i first go to bed. ... (2 replies)
Waking up shaking
Jan 20, 2015
... It's not night terrors as I can still remember my dreams. I am not cold either as I could be under really thick blankets or covers. I also have a small PDA, frequent syncopes, and severe headaches. ... (0 replies)
... wondering if any OSA peeps have also been diagnosed with Respiratory Acidosis as a result of their OSA? ... (1 replies)
... I Would love some ideas about this as it is affecting my work effectiveness. When I do go to bed early, 11pm, I still can't wake up at 7am even though I have had no trouble getting to sleep. ... (0 replies)
... REM might considered the sleep deprivation which could be causing me to act out like this. Our toddler normally wakes us really early in the morning and as such I normally wake most mornings tired. ... (0 replies)

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