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... one sleeping disorder...undiagnosed sleeping disorders can lead to high blood pressure, cardiovascular problems, diabetes, asthma, and other health conditions. In other words, they are nothing to ignore. ... (18 replies)
... Wow do you sound like me. I go through this cycle every couple of weeks. After about 2 weeks I finally was able to sleep without the jumping up. I am usually very tired. ... (18 replies)
... I have had similar experiences in the past like that. Jumping up feeling like my chest was gonna cave but after awakening realizing that i was okay. Look into acid reflux conditions and if you smoke stop smoking. ... (3 replies)

... for the first time in my life. I would jump upright out of a deep sleep, be unable to return to sleep until the wee hours, and awaken exhausted and tired. ... (4 replies)
... scared and confused, she thought someone was in the room, or she was thirsty or she had a scary vision. She also had insomnia. ... (1 replies)
... It's been going on for about a year and only happens when she hasn't been getting enough sleep. She will shake me awake in the middle of the night freaking out demanding I turn my lamp on because either she thinks something is in the room or something tickled her. ... (1 replies)
... while occuring, I knew exactly where I was, and what I was doing and thinking, and I ended up jumping up out of bed and running into the other room, I could not distinguish that this was a dream but knew I had to be partially asleep. ... (2 replies)
... I had my wisdom teeth extracted. I took a nap today and during sleep I subconsciously bit myself on the extraction site, which woke myself up. It renewed bleeding in that area. ... (0 replies)
... I don't think it is a horrible strike you down thing. Your subconscious is working out an urge. My husband will start in on me in his sleep and doesn't wake til he is ready to finish up.. some of his best work there.. but that is for another board I am sure.. ... (4 replies)
... I am currently in school, so this is definately affecting my morning classes, my ability to think, my motivation, everything. ... (0 replies)
... always is, I hope he doesn't need to stay on it for long. Winding down after work is necessary, whatever time of day, but he really needs it to give his body the sleep cues it isn't getting at eight AM. Did he try melatonin? ... (2 replies)
... How often do you have sleep paralysis? ... (2 replies)
Jan 26, 2007
... family tell me it's completely normal, everyone gets this and to stop whining. My boss at work thinks it's serious and I should really check in with a doctor. ... (6 replies)
... First of all I stopped smoking about 7 months ago. I know I snored really loud then after I quit my husband said I still do but not as loud. I still wake myself up snoring and that dreadful jumping thing. I am very tired all day long I guess its from waking up several times during the night to go to the bathroom. ... (0 replies)
Sep 8, 2005
... My husband has severe sleep apnea. He will jump out of bed suddenly, scarring me awake, and swing his arms... He says he can't breathe, or it feels like something is stuck in his throat. ... (3 replies)
... I've been suffering from sleep paralysis for almost 20 years. I go through periods where I don't have any attacks to having them nightly....What a NIGHTMARE!! I hate them. ... (9 replies)
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Mar 6, 2003
... or to give them where in their life path they should be heading for or going to.... ... (6 replies)
... started having the same problem. One time I woke up and couldn't move except for open my eyes and saw 2 little girls that were see through standing on my bed. It only happens sometimes about once every 2 weeks. ... (33 replies)
... I have experienced sleep paralysis and strange noises at the onset of sleep. Often I think I heard something crash to the floor and wake up startled. ... (6 replies)

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