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... For the last week or so I have been EXHAUSTED from lack of sleep. As soon as I start to drift of to sleep my body starts twitching. Sometimes it's may hand, a minute later my leg, a minute later my mouth, an on and on. It makes it impossible to fall asleep. ... (4 replies)
... I'm wondering if any of your medications are causing muscle twitching that wakes you up at night? ... (5 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)

... came back within the normal range. I deal with a lot of stress though. Cause I worry a lot, let things bother me easily, etc. I've been having trouble getting to sleep lately. I have a lot on mind. I've been very worried that the doctors aren't going to be able to find out why I'm so exhausted all the time. ... (14 replies)
... I am now experiencing twitching of muscles such as calfs, shoulders, etc. although this is bearable at the moment and I have only noticed this since having no sleep. ... (1 replies)
... I just had a sleep study done due to severe fatigue and depression. I was expecting to have sleep apnea, and need cpap. ... (9 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)
... had vitamin deficiencies... calcium, potassium, magnesium and vitamin D. Please get your levesl checked... and you will get some sleep once they are normal. ... (4 replies)
... Hello, this is my first post. I will tell you my story. I have sleep problems for the past 5 years. ... (3 replies)
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Mar 8, 2006
... Even as bad as it was, I can safely say it was all worth it because I do sleep now without anything and feel much, much better!! I did get my own sleep chemicals back, although with some lingering sensitivities which seem to be slowly improving. ... (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)
... of the population claims to have some problem with sleep at any given time. How many cases of sporadic fatal insomnia do people have in this country. None that I'm aware of. ... (15 replies)
... ould just be caused by the muscles relaxing as you start to sleep. It is possible that this is happening when you go to bed at night too, but you just go off to sleep and don't remember it. ... (2 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 else....diet or another condition. ... (1 replies)
... I'm thinking that is the problem. I have taken a powder magnesium (Natural Calm) for the past 2 nights and it seems to have helped a little. I still notice twitching, but it is not as severe and I can fall asleep more easily. I've still been somewhat tired during the day, but again, not as much. I've also started taking a liquid multivitamin so hopefully that will help as... (4 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)
... weeks before. I also have Restless Legs Syndrome and when my legs get twitchy in bed, I can be sure that an episode of Sleep paralysis will follow. Once you understand that you're not going mad, you're not having a brain haemhorage etc. etc. then the fear is lessened. ... (5 replies)
... I think there might be two things going on. I suffer from sleep paralysis when i get overtired. It is a horrible thing I have to sleep on my side holding a pillow now. I have not had any other problems with it just not be able to move horrifying. ... (5 replies)
... 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. ... (8 replies)
... Hi and how are you doing? I was diagnosed with Fibromyalgia back on 4/3/2003 after I was in a car accident. An 85 year old man ran a stop sign, which was his second one in two weeks. Let me give you some advice, don't go to the doctors and tell him/her that you were on a site about (Fibromyalgia) and you fill you have it. They don't believe you very well. That happened to me.... (12 replies)


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