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... Not usually. I did feel a bit out of breath on two occasions in bed, but I was on medication for elevated blood pressure and on of the side effects is just that. I still wake with a racing heart every morning with out fail. ... (47 replies)
... I have gone through some sleep problems for months now. After much reading and seeing a naturopath and hormone doctor, my cortisol levels were spiking during the night causing the waking and rapid heart rate and anxiety. ... (47 replies)
... I only had it happen once where I wake up in the middle of sleep but couldnt disinguish if it was a panick attack or not. ... (47 replies)

... feeling panicked when waking, breathlessness, racing heart, or in other words, all of the things you've mentioned. ... (47 replies)
... Wow, I can't say how glad I am to see someone start this post, because I keep trying to find out if anybody is having the same symptoms as me, and everything all of you said is what I have been experiencing. ... (47 replies)
... Sometimes I'll feel like it's really fast too but when I check it it will be in the 80 or 90's and that's not that bad. 90's are a little high but nothing to worry about since it can go to 100 without being considered tachycardia. ... (6 replies)
... These can be symptoms of a sleep disorder but a sleep disorder can also be caused by meds. I was diagnosed with sleep apnea, but my symptoms, were worse with bp medication. If you never had a problem with sleep like that before, I would suspect bp meds/underlying physical condition (hormonal/adrenal?)....but I"m not a doctor....just someone with sleep apnea whose symptoms... (47 replies)
... I am having a similar problem at the moment. For the last three months I have been waking up with a racing, pounding heart with a very anxious feeling, sometimes with sweat or damp night clothes. I am guaranteed to be woken up between 4am and 6am every morning with these sensations. ... (47 replies)
... I have been experiencing this exact same thing! For the past two weeks or so I have been waking up between 3 and 5am. My heart rate is up and I am experiencing a sense of anxiety and the feeling like something is 'off. ... (47 replies)
... and my heart begins to race. This feeling doesn't go away very easily. I have resorted to taking Zantec 150 to get rid of the heart burn feeling and I have to lay on my right side to ease my racing heart. ... (2 replies)
... Hi, I have the same problem and get woke up in the middle of the night out of a sound sleep. As soon as I wake up Im feeling overly anxious and my heart is racing fast and sometimes my skin starts to tingle. I want to run and get air cause sometimes it feels like I cant catch my breath. ... (4 replies)
... or even more a night, if a wake up at 4 or 5am in the morning and get up for a drink, toilet etc when i get back in bed i can go back to sleep fine, it never happens then, only when im falling asleep at night. ... (18 replies)
Panic during sleep
Jan 27, 2002
... Does anybody else out there wake during the night, sometimes several times per night , in a panic state with your heart racing? ... (3 replies)
... I have been having trouble staying asleep. I will wake up multiple times in the night, normally around the same times. I have no issue falling asleep though. ... (0 replies)
... i've had this for about 3 years now. Gasping for air the second i drift off to sleep. i wake up in a panic, my heart beat is racing. Then i relax my breathing, and fall back to sleep. and the second i doze off again, it repeats it's self. This happens about 20 times a night. ... (1 replies)
Morning Hell
Oct 18, 2006
... of your symptoms indicates to me, and I am no expert, that you have sleep apnea..and that symptom is the racing heart. Once I started sleeping with the CPAP machine, my racing heart mornings are over. I encourage you to have a sleep test. ... (13 replies)
... te 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. For now, try to sleeping on your side. ... (1 replies)
... This came on around the same time I was diagnosed with Anxiety. ... (28 replies)
... I had an episode of sleep paralysis this last Sunday Morning, woke around 3am with my whole body paralysed, apart from the eyes, with the most painful aspect being the heaviness I felt on my chest. It lasted around 15 mins and I thought I was having a stroke. ... (15 replies)

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