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... strange thing going on with me during my sleep. ... (2 replies)
... Thirdly, sometimes movements occur during the night and these are called periodic limb movements. ... (2 replies)
... day so I took a nap, and as I was in a light sleep I suddenly felt my whole body begin to shake violently again and I realised I was having full body spasms. ... (2 replies)

... I have been experiencing the very same problem for years. It happens often just as I am drifting off to sleep, but it must also occur several times during the night. The one consolation is that, no matter how severely the tongue is bitten, although the pain is intense at first, healing is pretty rapid. ... (6 replies)
... but your body is stimulated, perhaps. Periodic Limb movement disorder causes people to jerk their legs, sometimes arms, during sleep, and come get it upon falling asleep. REstless Legs Syndome is another thing to look up. Myoclonus may also be what you are describing. ... (1 replies)
Myoclonus question
May 21, 2004
... i have been experiencing myoclonic spasms during transition from wake to sleep for more than two years. the spasms are generally very localized to the center of my chest, though at times the electric "surges" spread to the shoulders and arms. ... (0 replies)
... Leg spasms disappeared immediately. ... (0 replies)
... My niece has this as do I. Normally we have to take steriods as a means to inhibit swelling of the airway during sensitive procedures like you described. ... (3 replies)
... It is normal and very common. I've had them once or twice while wide awake during the day - very surprising! They're called "hypnic jerks" or "myoclonus". Hiccups are a form of myoclonus too. (2 replies)
... When I try to sleep at night I get jolted awake by electric shock sensations. My arms and legs start twitching when I am about to drift off to sleep. ... (1 replies)
... My sleep study revealed 388 plms over the course of the night. ... (7 replies)
... interesting. It may be the deviated septum and elongated pallet are interfering with his therapy, so the ent may be of some help there. Just for your info, my sleep specialist told me that my acid reflux might disappear with cpap treatment and it did go away. ... (27 replies)
... BTW, I finally got some more data on him! In his CPAP literature were included copies of his reports from the sleep studies. ... (27 replies)
... Occasionally i experienced joint pain during the day, too, but the primary problem i had was sleep deprivation. My sleep specialist prescribed iron supplements but they didn't help. Neither did Mirapex. My doctor, thank goodness, didn't push more meds. ... (5 replies)

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