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  • 12 days ago

    Unable to breath in air while sleeping

    I struggle to take in enough air while sleeping. I have not been able to sleep for 2 nights now. I often feel I will have panic attack and sleeping is now a nightmare for me. The mere thought of night sleep scares the hell out of me. I snore when I sleep. Is this sleep apnea? I have no clue. This has also affected my quality of life. I wake up with serious headaches. When I try to sleep at night sometimes, I struggle to take in enough air into my lungs and I end up waking abruptly gasping for breath....
  • 19 days ago

    Waking Up In Haze-Not Just Tired

    This is very difficult for me to explain not just because it's been an issue for 13 years, but because I have no great way of describing these symptoms. Basically, I wake up and do not feel rested. Specifically in my eyes..I have this Haze or feeling like I didn't wake up properly. It started when I was 17 and has been going on till now when I am 30. It used to go away if I took a micro-nap or fell back asleep later in the day. Also, it used to not happen when I woke up to something like....
  • 28 days ago

    Sexsomnia Can Anyone Help Or Give Advise?

    For many years now i believe after reading online that i have been suffering from whats called ( Sexsomnia ) I do also have pretty severe sleep apnea and use a cpap machine. My major issue here and concern is i seem to frequently masturbate, i wake up in the morning and im just covered in dried up cum, i have had sex while asleep but this does not happen nearly as much as the masturbation. My penis started to get raw right underneath the head of my penis as i must be rubbing alot. I finally set up....
  • 1 month ago


    Hello, The 2 weeks I have been having night terrors every time I fall asleep. If I try and fall asleep on my back I am having trouble breathing. I am exhausted all the time and I am not sure what is going on. Should I go to the hospital ??
  • 1 month ago

    Average Sleep Concerns 2

    Does only obtaining around 3-4 hours of sleep a night, consistently, eventually harm you? and how would this harm you?
  • 1 month ago

    Average Sleep Concerns

    If you are used to getting around 3-4 hours per night of sleep, will getting a random 7 hours harm you? Could it possibly help you even if you go back to only getting 3-4 hours of sleep a night?
  • 1 month ago

    Is it apnea or something else?

    Hello I am a 27 year old male 5'10 160lbs I exercise 3-4 times a week, within the past year/ year and a half it seems I am unable to get restorative sleep no matter how long I do so with some days sleeping 11-12 hours on the weekends and still feel tired. I used to sleep 7-8 hours. I used some sleep apps like snore lab and among the few I used it either said I did not snore or was a very light snorer. I also have very vivid dreams every night that I am able to recall, I saw that was something....
  • 2 months ago


    I have had severe sleep apnea for over 10 yrs. In addtion I have another disorder that I cannot find anyone who suffers like me. If I do not sleep at least 9 hrs I am exhaustef the next day like I never slept w/my cpap. I wake up several times per night but sometimes I cannot get back to sleep for 20 to 30 minutes. So the next day I am exhausted again!!!! I have been in my house for 3 days & my husband had to go on a trip without me. The Sleep Dr's assistant...I forgot what they are called....
  • 2 months ago

    In Extreme pain at night An have not slept for 3 months experiencing scary symptoms like compared to narcolepsy!

    I have been in horrific pain for 3 months straight no sleep an no meds for the pain it is horrific pain so I don’t sleep at night now I am experiencing narcolepsy type symptoms through out my day all the time is this common when in pain An no sleep for so long? I do not have Narcolepsy that’s the best way to describe what I’m doing sleep walking at work An don’t know where I’m at when I come to, falling asleep standing up while talking to fellow employees I never know when it’s going to hit it is....
  • 2 months ago

    News: Nerve 'Zap' Could Replace CPAP for Sleep Apnea

    People with more serious cases of sleep apnea may get lasting relief from an implanted nerve stimulator, a new study finds. Find out more here: Would you prefer this over your CPAP machine?