... Hi All, I am 51 normal health except few aches.
Well over the last 20 or so year I have had 6-10 episodes of what I can only explain as virtual sleep but 100% awake, I wake up thoughts in my head a dullness no pains just a 100% urge to sleep again to stop this, this has me wandering around trying to clear my head, laying on cold floors, going outside in all weather in the... (0 replies)
... I have suffered from fatigue for a long time and I'm started to think it is due to me feeling like I dream all night. ... (0 replies)
... Hello mizz,
Welcome to the sleep board!
While dreaming too much, waking up every 2-3 hours, and non restorative sleep are symptoms of a sleep disorder, I would first look at the side effects of any medication you are taking or have taken recently. Anti depressants, sleep medications, and other meds can cause some serious sleep disturbances similar to the ones you... (3 replies)
... I can fall asleep at night at the drop of a hat. Usually earlier than I'd like too. That's no problem. But I have problems staying asleep. ... (3 replies)
... I suffer from excessive dreaming during sleep and nightmares all night long. My sleep is very fragmented. ... (0 replies)
... however, even after starting on a CPAP machine I still had dreams all night and even if I dozed off during the day, which I did even after being on CPAP. I moved to Tampa, FL and had to find a new sleep doctor, I found a good one. ... (2 replies)
... My age is 29.I have been dreaming all the night and waking up tired in the morning. This started happening from past 3years . Had weight gain about 10kgs. ... (2 replies)
... i recently started taking 1000 mcg of vitamin B12. i've noticed since that, i've started vividly dreaming every night. i don't get good sleep, because i am constantly being woken up by my dreams, it feels like i don't go into a deep sleep, just a dream state.... ... (0 replies)
... the benefits of using the CPAP machine. You will notice some benefits of the CPAP machine right away. I don't know how your sleep has been, but I was no longer dreaming before the CPAP machine. And I was only considered to have mild sleep apnea. ... (2 replies)
Large tonsils can block airways and cause apneas...although you "think" you may not have had a problem in the past, you may be incorrect. The problem with sleep apnea is that few people know they have it...usually their partners are the ones who notice something's amiss.
only half of the people who have apnea snore, the others do not snore (I don't... (3 replies)
... Thanks for your reply! I am going to talk to my psychiatrist about the possibility that this is being caused by the fact that I just started taking Lexapro three months ago. However, my experience with the other AD's I have taken is that they disturb your sleep initially, but then it wears off after about a month or so. So ruling the effects of those drugs out is very... (3 replies)
... why am I so exhausted after I wake up from dreaming all night? ... (0 replies)
... I am the same way. I am thoroughly exhuasted from dreaming ALL night. And I wake up after almost every dream. Most of mine are nightmares though. ... (2 replies)
... Well, i've been doing my research, and it seems the most suspicious element here is Vitamin B6. It seems it is the component in ZMA that gives people those vivid dreams they talk about ZMA. In some sites they recommend taking B Vitamins at morning because the can cause sleep trouble. There's a site where they use specifically B6 to induce vivid dreaming. It also seems to make... (1 replies)
... spend more time in REM after learning difficult material and interfering with REM can disrupt memory for newly learned information. This is where the staying up all night before exams alter memory retention, theories come from. ... (7 replies)
... How long did you sleep a night as a child? ... (15 replies)
... him to help you find out if you have it. If you have it, you likely have other symptoms of fibromyalgia, migraines, chronic fatigue syndrome, etc. etc. that are all part of the dysregulation spectrum syndrome. ... (15 replies)
... I've had these same problems all my life with falling asleep and have only today heard of something that actually makes sense, it's called Delayed Sleep Phase Syndrome. ... (8 replies)
... and then don't feel rested at all in the morning. ... (8 replies)
... e thing is, I pretty much think I do have apnea too. When I was little and sharing a room with my sister, she used to tell me she heard me making choking sounds all night. They probably just didn't have a name for it back then. However, this jerking out of sleep thing is not the same. ... (21 replies)