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Apr 8, 2006
... he other side. We believe my father also had this problem, but found his own cure for it through heavy drinking. This would enable him to pass out, as opposed to rocking all night. It also enabled him to die at the age of 37 due to liver failure. ... (2 replies)
... this has been pretty much a lifelong habit I think homecare efforts to reduce your anxiety levels enough may not be enough and you may retain an urge to continue rocking to relax yourself at times. ... (1 replies)
... I'm 33. It just feels like it is rocking and shaking. It almost seems like it's not strong enough to move my limbs? ... (8 replies)

... This year I discovered that there were other people with a 'rythmic' sleep disorder that I've been embarrassed to admit. My father couldn't cope with my rocking at the age of 5, though my brothers in the same room could. He would punch me in the head in the middle of the night and I mean PUNCH. ... (2 replies)
... I have experienced this many times and it is very scary for me. I just wrote a post about it in the heart disorders section. The title is "Fast heart beat and body shaking". It's a horrible feeling but it does usually go away within 15-30 sec. or so. Wish I knew what it was. (8 replies)
... I was wondering if anyone has experienced this. I've had a couple of episodes of waking from sleep feeling hyper and feeling like my whole body is shaking or rocking, but I don't think it was. it gradually runs down and goes away. ... (8 replies)
... many anxiety issues, I developed borderline personality disorder, and also suffer from general anxiety, all stemming from childhood. I have also rocked myself to sleep since I could remember. ... (1 replies)
... i am 18 years of age and i suffer from what is calle rhymthic movement disorder. that is where i constantly rock myself to sleep at night before i go to be every day. i have been doing it since i was little and i can't stop. I don't even know how to begin to stop. ... (0 replies)
Apr 10, 2006
... When I was little, I rocked myself to sleep every night. I'm now 56 and don't rock anymore, but have the hardest time falling asleep. ... (2 replies)
... I Get This Alot Myself So I Know How Your Feeling,ive Been Told That Stress Brings This On, Panic Attacks I Awake All Sweaty Tremberling & In A State Of Panic Try Getting Longer Hours Of Rest & Take Arnica 6 Before Going To Bed It Carms The Nervous System Down Witch Helps Promote Sleep It Does Not Happen Over Night Thou So Be Abit Patient With It,try Relaxing Exercise Before... (8 replies)
... Diagnosed in november, moderate, and I use a CPAP with no known problems. My doctor and I are considering another sleep study to check how well it's working. I know it's doing me some good. I don't feel so extremely sleepy anymore. ... (8 replies)
... How long ago were you diagnosed with sleep apnea, is it mild moderate, or severe, and is it being treated? ... (8 replies)
Rhythmic rocking
Feb 12, 2003
... I also have sleep paralysis once and awhile if I have an afternoon nap. ... (0 replies)
... I am a 56 year old female who has rocked herself to sleep nearly all my life. ... (28 replies)
... IMost doctors will say your child will outgrow the rocking by 3 years old and then if it doesn't happen by 3 they will say by 5 years old for sure. ... (28 replies)
... i am 46 and like your son i have done it all. banging head against walls,benchbacks,chairs,bouncing in the backseat of car, rocking on my hands and knees in bed and finally into rocking my body back and forth on my sides to go to sleep at night!! ... (3 replies)
... year old and we found out in March this year after begging the neurologist to do a sleep study that he had severe sleep apnea. ... (28 replies)
... Yup!! That sounds exactly like what I do - My wife did have one cure that lets her sleep like a baby - I always "rock" one way also (To the left), so she bought a california king sized bed, and put me on the left side - She also got one of those matresses that you can jump on one side and it doesn't move the other side. This has helped alot. When we had a queen sized bed,... (2 replies)
... family. They all know that I sleep "weird" way. ... (28 replies)
... lso be an underlying psychological problem. Which uncovering may cause more problems than the rocking. My sister is 39 and still rocks in bed. My concern is your rocking during the day.I recommend seeing a doctor, who might prescribe a mild tranquilizer. You may have anxiety disorder and not really have any reason for it. ... (1 replies)

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