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... well since it wakes me up at night and makes me nervous that he's going to bite his tongue. He chomps down pretty hard, it make me wonder if it's stress. He's a bit tightly strung. ... (3 replies)
... Each night I sleep later and later, last night I fell asleep at 6 in the morning because I get annoyed at the thought of sleeping because I do it for so long. ... (0 replies)
... No I do not take a sleep aide, but i am thinking about trying melatonin after digging about a bit more. Right now I just use my CPAP for my severe sleep apnea. Like my son and husband do as well. Just curious here.. how do you know you do not have hypopnea or sleep apnea? ... (14 replies)

... Normally Tonsil and adenoid extractions and uvulaectomy with soft pallet trim are sufficient. In other cases it is an enlarged tongue that is the issue or a narrow trachea. There are many structural sources and you should treat the one you have.. ... (20 replies)
... Actually adnoids regress as we get older and often times adults don't have them. Adnoids are a factor a lot with children and sleep apnea though. I hope you do recover from that. It is a debilitating condition. I had it for two years and could not get used to the CPAP. ... (11 replies)
... Hi, I went to an ENT for snoring and after a sleep study I have found that I have severe sleep apnea. ... (11 replies)
... It started with me sleep talking. ... (2 replies)
... I am SO GLAD that things are going this well and his rest is finally of good quality. You have a great group of MDs working with you. Kudos for the turn around in school. I was certain he was a good kid and just needed a break. I can sympathize with the tongue. ... (25 replies)
... Every growth spurt can and often does increase demands. As a result he has to have sleep studies at least 2 times a year and we have to adjust in small steps in between. So far we have not been off. ... (5 replies)
Dec 5, 2007
... my mouth gets so dry that my tongue sticks to the bottom of my mouth and causes sores when I wakeup and lift my tongue up. ... (2 replies)
... Alcohol does tend to cause more tension in your mouth when you sleep even though it seems it loosens you up. Have you gotten a mouthguard yet? ... (1 replies)
... They are physical symptoms that occur becuase your body is not creating enough seritonin. Insomnia and this restless sleep you are mentioning can be part of depression. You should see your Dr about this. If you do have depression getting on some type of medication should help. ... (1 replies)
... I have been having a bit of a problem, not with sleeping, but when I wake up, I have my teeth clenched so tight you couldnt pry them apart with a 4x4, I notice it & then release, then the rest of the day my jaw is sore obviously & sometimes leaves me with headaches. I have heard of this problem & its never happened to me before & I am worried about the welfare of my teeth,... (1 replies)
... ts pulling about 5 Gs, when this is happening a very loud and over bearing noise commences. This sound grows and grows until I can stand if no longer and have to bit my tongue, or something of that nature, to wake myself up. ... (7 replies)

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