• 28 days ago

    Severe Sleep Problems With Breathing, Muscles, And Even Spasms Possible

    So I was sleeping in my room, and my grandma heard a noise. She had ran into the room, and before I tell you what happened after she went in I want to notify you that I did not wake up during or right after the incident and did not notice anything strange when I did wake up. So as I was saying, she went in and saw me choking in my sleep, even not breathing at all. She said she went on the bed next to me and tried grabbing my arms to shake or move me, but when she did she told me my muscles were VERY stiff. She told me she was afraid to even grab it and forcefully moved it because she though that if she did she would end up breaking something. So instead she grabbed my shoulders, started shaking me and screaming my name because she said that she had felt that my soul/spirit was drifting away as if I was dying in my sleep even. This has happened on 2 occasions and I'm worried it could be something serious or I have anything similar or do have sleep apnea. Like my arms she said my whole entire body was stiff like I was a statue. I wasn't even moving or slightly shaking but as I said, very stiff. This went on for what she had told me a few minutes and the scene ended. After I still stayed sleeping and I peacefully released my body from the stiff stance for the rest of the night. It's only started happening and that last one was a few months ago. It's a rare occasion and I have no idea if it's even happened again since I don't wake up during this. I also wanted to note I had one or two occasions of feeling like I am trapped on my bed and can't move, then see a black shadow or creature walk across my room. During this scene I didn't have those common terrified thoughts it was more like empty, but now thinking back on it, it was actually really scary. And by posting this my goal is to figure out why I had this and what conditions are possible to cause this, I hope you find an answer to my question.

Responses

  • 27 days ago

    RE: Severe Sleep Problems With Breathing, Muscles, And Even Spasms Possible

    The tag to sleep paralysis looks like a pretty good guess. If that's it, you should be reassured it's not unusual and normally not anything to worry about.

    One of the keys for you is how you feel the next day. Do you feel normal? Rested? Mood OK? Enough energy? If all is usual, then chances are you don't have a problem.

    If, however, you do have other symptoms that affect your daytime functioning, best to make an appointment with your doctor to be checked out.
  • 25 days ago

    RE: Severe Sleep Problems With Breathing, Muscles, And Even Spasms Possible

    Hi,

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      • 25 days ago
        Doxyva? I've heard about that. Can you tell me more? I tried to search online but I guess I couldn't find the answer I was looking for. I got some idea about it. I don't have diabetes though - God forbid. However I do have a condition known as PCOS. They say it will keep me on my toes and live a healthy lifestyle. Care to expound on that? I'm interested to know more.
      • 21 days ago
        Hi yoloheart02,

        I believe I already responded to your query on your post about PCOS. To add on my advice, the product also helps with acne reduction which I know is usually a struggle to those with PCOS.
      • 21 days ago
        Hi,

        Literally the first time I took D'Oxyva, I slept like a baby...because I was using it to aid arthritis pain and give me more energy, this was a unbelievable peripheral benefit because I have been sleep deprived since college!

        I highly recommend doing the necessary research to see if this along with medical supervision is appropriate. It sounds like a perfect fit and this technology has a spotless safety profile.
      • 20 days ago
        Hi,

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