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... The answer to your concern of sheer terror waking with a sudden jolt and instant panic, horror, and feeling threatened? ... (0 replies)
... Hey there! The answer to your concern of sheer terror waking with a sudden jolt and instant panic, horror, and feeling threatened? ... (18 replies)
... do i have a sleeping disorder? everytime i fall asleep i feel tightness in the chest and jolt up with racing heart beat (5 replies)

... asleep...I really don't know if I really did or am like half there. I will start to get this really creepy slow tingle that will eventually turn out to manifest in my head. That is where it starts to wreak havoc with my quality of sleep. ... (4 replies)
... I have had them only for the last year now. I also try and open my eyes and they open for a bit but i'm so relaxed that they just close again. I try so hard to jolt myself awake and sometimes I cant at all and have to wait until it passes and then try again. ... (6 replies)
... Congrats on getting off and staying off the drugs! I am thrilled to hear it. To many people give in and let drugs be their answer it is not. There have been other posts on this board about such occurances. ... (8 replies)
... I started getting 'zapped' in my chest during the night about a month ago and now it's even during the daytime in my back. It is so intense at times, it's hard to function normally. My family life is suffering as a result. ... (78 replies)
... I was wondering,why do i have those sudden,weird feelings in my chest,that cause me to wake up everytime i fall asleep. ... (0 replies)
... I was surprised to see how many people have been experiencing the same thing, tho my experience is a little different, I don't really feel it in my chest or stomach like all of you its in my brain, and I see a a very dim flash. ... (78 replies)
... g this last school year. I'm 16, so that info about it happening most commonly with teens makes sense. I woke up at.. I don't remember what time, probably like 4 in the morning or something, and I was lying on my side facing my wall which at that time was right up against my bed, with my bed being in the corner of my room. ... (19 replies)
... Then, I'd have to drag myself out of bed in college. Sure, there was often a hangover involved. ... (3 replies)
... This was noted back in 1976. More recent research studies in 1996 and 2001 has provided evidence that these hallucinoid experiences fall into three major categories. ... (15 replies)

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