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... oes do it, he seems to do it ALOT. He always rocks in my direction and I end up getting slapped with the flying right arm. It's like he needs it up for the extra rocking momentum! It doesn't seem to disturb his sleep. Only mine. LOL. What an initiation I had as a newlywed. ... (2 replies)
... ed or held much as a baby, this is common. That would make sense to me. It is anxiety according to a psychiatrist. I don't think you should feel bad. I have a rocking chair that I use, but I rock on stationary furniture also. ... (2 replies)
... nder. I also wake up and start rocking. My parents always said they thought it was because when i was little i sucked my thumb and when i had to stop i started rocking myself to sleep. Ive tried to force myself to stop but its not easy. ... (6 replies)

Rmd
Oct 16, 2011
... pm then 5 to 7am. Why every night does he start rocking at the same time and stop at the same time? ... (0 replies)
... My rocking usually lasts until I go to sleep and it doesn't matter if I am alone or with my husband. Is there any treatment for this? ... (28 replies)
... r long, an hour or two, but 8 out of ten times it works. when i wake up during the day, i rewind the tape and start over again. my body just knows its time for sleep when it hears the show. ... (0 replies)
... but it did massively reduce the rocking incidents and I haven't caught myself banging my head against the wall in my sleep since I stumbled on it. ... (28 replies)
... tly others have caught on to the fact that something about the flashing bright lights of the iphone in the dark must trigger a release of melatonin or some other sleep mechanism in the brain. ... (28 replies)
... diagnosed myself with rmd. I have "rocked" myself to sleep since early childhood. ... (28 replies)
... My daughter suffers from RMD, she is almost 5 and shows no sign of stopping. It is severe. We have seen Psychiatrists and Neurologists and they had her get a sleep study. They seem to think it is linked to her severe sleep apnea. They say that the apnea wakes her and sends her into her rocking motions. ... (28 replies)
... ondering if constantly twirling your hair is a substitute of the paper rolling as I do not do this yet I am constantly twirling my hair. I do not how to stop the rocking either, I am 16 years old and constantly wounder if I shall ever grow out of it, as I thought I would have done so by now. ... (28 replies)
... to me it is not normal.i am 46 and still rocking,it takes it's toll on a body. i am now having problems with shoulders and neck. sleep efficeincy is around 68% for me. tired all the time,just as tired as i was when i went to bed (6 replies)
... confused.gif I am 29 years old. I have been rocking in bed before I can remember. It is just an urge that I get when I lay down to sleep. I thought I was weired and messed up or lightly autistic. ... (1 replies)
... movement disorder. His disorder involves rocking suring sleep, but then bangs his head continuously for a period of time. ... (2 replies)


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