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... As Buffy indicated, leg twitches can accompany the sleep disorder sleep apnea...a person with apnea stops breathing for periods of time which can result in a significant drop of oxygen in the blood. Sometimes the rls goes away when the person is treated for apnea...but sometimes it doesn't. ... (8 replies)
... A friend of mine twitches in his sleep- they are not little twitches but big ones that begin as soon as he falls asleep. He is otherwise extremely healthy. What is this? help karen (8 replies)
... I am new to the board, but I have been having a problem with sleep paralysis for over 25 years. I know that what I have is definitely sleep paralysis because I have done research in books and on the internet. ... (2 replies)

... twitches right when I start to doze off. BTW, this is not as I have read in some of the other forums something that happens and then the person goes on to get a good nights sleep. This is all night. ... (1 replies)
Sep 25, 2009
... My partner, a 58 y.o male has sever body twitching during sleep. It is constant, with twitching occuring mostly all night, with time between twitches ranging from 7sec to 20 sec. ... (0 replies)
... I am currently trying to find a medication that works, because my husband is about ready to sleep in another bed, it's so bad. So, to answer your question, I believe you can twitch at any time during sleep. ... (1 replies)
... Hello, this is my first post. I will tell you my story. I have sleep problems for the past 5 years. ... (3 replies)
... g to sound weird, but I think I may have sporadic fatal insomnia. It started last Thursday and I woke up around 3 A.M. I had a really hard time falling back to sleep and then on Thursday morning, I did not sleep at all. This was followed by another sleepless night on Friday and finally I went to go and see my doctor. ... (3 replies)
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Mar 8, 2006
... I wish I had an easy answer. I think yes, it can be beaten but it is so very hard that the only way is in extremely favorable conditions...of which most people don't have. As I mentioned, I had no job to worry about, grown kids, etc. ... (7 replies)
... Hello, I have had sleep problems for yrs, my primary care Dr's would prescribe remeron and others that are antidepressants. They did not work for me. ... (3 replies)
... None of us can tell you the early symptoms of sporadic fatal insomnia because none of us have it. We, like you, have run of the mill, pain in the butt insomnia. There are what? ... (15 replies)
... Sometimes a drop in oxgen levels can cause the twitching you describe...but given you are being treated on ccap, and assuming your pressures are correct, the twitching is most likely due to something or another condition. ... (1 replies)
... Perhaps by now you have the answer to your twitching but for the sake of others I thought I might mention that sometimes an electrolyte imbalance will cause twitches similar to those that you describe. ... (4 replies)
... like sitting in class! ... (2 replies)
... buzzing sensation in my head that sometimes runs right through my body. Sometimes these episodes go on for hours at a time. ... (5 replies)
... I have some trouble getting to sleep at night, I usually lie awake for an hour or so, but once I fall asleep, it's almost like a coma. I do dream, but most of the time, I can't remember them. ... (3 replies)
... after I was in a car accident. An 85 year old man ran a stop sign, which was his second one in two weeks. ... (12 replies)
... I have had spells in the past....used to be worse....I take a day nap....and say hear my hubby comming in in his loud vehicle and I felt awake but my eyes were shut and I couldn't open them or move...and it seemed like I couldn't breath... ... (6 replies)
... eyes, but knew I was awake. It took all of my "strength" to get out of it. It took so much that I felt like I was going to piss myself. Its the worst feeling in the world, and I don't know if it was sleep paralysis or not. But I just wanted to let you know what happened to me and hope that it never returns to you..... ... (5 replies)
... Its not really a disorder, but this is the closest board. This isnt at home, but sometimes when i lay my head down at school and i fall asleep, my body twitches. I wake up because my arm or something makes a small sudden movement, and it happens quite often. Occasionally if im really into the sleep, i may totally jump up out of nowhere. Im asleep, and then my body just... (2 replies)

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