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... Read a post in another forum on blood pressure etc. The poster said he had a harder time getting to sleep when his heart rate was above normal. Makes sense. ... (1 replies)
... off for an hour until I fall asleep,then I sleep fine til morning. ... (14 replies)
... ng to change into almost hyperventilation while you're sleeping which changes the brain chemistry and messes with everything. I also would wake up out of a dead sleep with my heart rate soaring which would go into a full blown panic attack. ... (3 replies)

... minutes of work.. 15 minutes of activity do laps in the building walk the stairs.. get your heart rate up. Use adrenaline and stimulated endorphines to keep you awake. ... (1 replies)
... contributes to your high heart rate. ... (1 replies)
... My husband has sleep apnea and i know he use to wake me up in the middle of the night until he got a CPAP machine. ... (4 replies)
Scared I have SFI.
Mar 15, 2014
... Hi, I am a 17 year old male and have been experiencing troubles with sleep for the last 6 days and I'm pretty sure my symptoms are consistent with Sporadic Fatal Insomnia and Morvan's syndrome. ... (0 replies)
... times when it happens. The fist is hard because it's like a vicious cycle. The less sleep I get the more it happens. Could be surges of stress hormones like cortisol and adrenaline. ... (11 replies)
Sleep Study?
Mar 5, 2013
... The biggest concern I have about the test is, the ability to sleep with all those wires connected to me ,and someone watching me as I sleep.I am really tired of not being able to get proper sleep,and willing to give it a try. ... (8 replies)
Sleep Study?
Mar 5, 2013
... I've had 3 sleep studies in the past year. The first one was a home study because my insurance co. wouldn't approve an overnight study. ... (8 replies)
... Waking up to urinate at night is called nocturia. Nocturia is abnormal and is caused by sleep apnea. You cannot fall asleep easily after waking up because your nervous system is in a hyperaroused state after experiencing at apnea event. ... (1 replies)
... but when I tried to, I wasn't able to fall asleep. And when I'm really tired I can fall asleep quickly. ... (27 replies)
... I have gone through some sleep problems for months now. ... (47 replies)
... I have the exact same problem. It started around 1998. I noticed when I went to bed on a full stomach, I woke up a few hours later with my heart racing, hot, sweating, and completely wide awake. I stopped eating before bedtime, and it decreased, but still happens. ... (47 replies)
... heart rate reading before I saw the doc and it was 68. ... (4 replies)
... this happen 4 times in my life but im pretty sure it happen when i was young. ... (0 replies)
... I was diagnosed with Hyperthyrodism as well. What I did that helped (at least for me anyways) where the following: - don't drink too much before you go to sleep, at least 2 hours - I take 1000 mgs of Magnisum, 400 mgs of Potassium (helps the heart and thyroid storms) - I usually walk for about 20-30 minutes a couple of hours before bed - Throughout the day, I drink... (47 replies)
... just a suggestion.I had this 2 years ago along with weight loss,anxiety,mood swings,hand tremors and a bounding pulse just walking across a room. I had all the heart tests and wore a monitor, it just showed tachycardia on and off which is just a fast heart rate. ... (47 replies)
... Well we know what is causing the seizures, severe sleep deprivation. Sleep deprivation is known to cause serious effects including hallucinations, and seizures when severe. ... (13 replies)
... adrenaline flood, elevated heart rate and rapid breathing. ... (8 replies)




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