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... 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)
... what is the cause of jumping when falling to sleep (1 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)

... 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)
... Ive have sleep probs for as long as i can remeber, i full asleep at 4am and waken at around 2pm, 4 alarm clocks fail to wake me and ive tryed all the get to sleep early wake early tips over and over again.. ... (4 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)
... My brother is experiencing similar symptoms, because I was unaware of the detrimental effects of the fouton and foolishly let him sleep on it. ... (23 replies)
... It all started when I woken to a man's voice, and when I looked out my window I saw a guy jumping over our fence! ... (1 replies)
... That happens to me sometimes. I don't think its anything to worry about. I used to jerk in my sleep when I have dreams about falling, jumping...etc. ... (10 replies)
Jumping awake
Feb 8, 2002
... only the odd night. Just as I was about to go off I would jump awake as if I had had a fright. This would happen about 5 or 6 times then my body would not let me sleep at all. My whole body would start twitching, from my feet to my face the worse being my throat. ... (1 replies)
... to neurologist. It turned out she had brain injury when she falled from horse when she was little. She got some pills. And now it's much better. No insomnia. No sleep paralysis. No shaking. ... (1 replies)
... I was hoping someone could offer some insight on this problem regarding my girlfriend because I have no idea what it is. 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... (1 replies)
... They're called hypnic jerks or "sleep starts", most people have them from time to time. I don't know of a scientific explanation, but a guess might be it's the reaction of an "awake" brain to the body falling asleep. (1 replies)
... From time to time my husband would awaken gasping for air. It turned out that he has sleep apnea. I would remember him jumping out of bed struggling to breath. He also would mention not feeling as if he could get enough air into his lungs. ... (1 replies)
... The first thing that comes to mind to me is sleep apnea but it worries me a bit taht you say it feels like you are having a heart attack. I would definitely not hesitate to see a doctor. ... (3 replies)
... You could be mouth breathing and experiencing sleep Apnea. ... (3 replies)
... At least once a week I jump awake out of my sleep and feel like I am choking. ... (3 replies)
... ike "REM Behaviour Disorder." You can Google this to find further details. Basically, as you described, it's when you act out your dreams by kicking, punching, jumping out of bed, etc. ... (2 replies)
... ghter tells me that he has vivid dreams that are so real that he acts out while asleep. He yells out loud and disrupts the whole family. He is on a machine for sleep apnea, but there must be something else going on. Could it be a neurological problem? ... (0 replies)
... diovascular problems, diabetes, asthma, and other health conditions. In other words, they are nothing to ignore. I would encourage you to do some reading about sleep problems, and make an appointment with a physician who has some background in referring patients to sleep specialists. ... (18 replies)

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