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Pruritus itching during the sleep period can present as a symptom of dermatological or systemic disease, or as a parasomnia. Sleep related scratching as a primary parasomnia, exclusively confined to sleep in the absence of coexisting dermatological disorders, has not been well described. This case series describes three such patients, and discusses potentially relevant pathophysiology that can underlie itching or pain. Such cases of sleep related scratching may merit nosologic classification apart from previously defined parasomnias. J Clin Sleep Med ;12 1: Episodic scratching during sleep has been reported to have consequences that can vary from no obvious sleep fragmentation 1 or skin injury to intermittent awakenings, excoriations, bleeding, disfiguring scars, and keloid formation. The demographic and polysomnographic features of these patients are summarized in Table 1. A year-old man with fibromyalgia presented with loud snoring, excessive daytime sleepiness, and, as incidentally noted, scratching during sleep. Scratching was confined to his face and upper back. He denied daytime itching, scratching, or dermatological disorders. The patient Arm rubbing during sleep been using fluoxetine for 32 y, for fibromyalgia and myofascial pain. Episodes of scratching occurred about once per week, ongoing for 5 y prior to presentation. Scratching occurred during the middle third of the sleep period with some episodes resulting in awakenings. He did not recall any itching sensation preceding the scratching or any dream mentation related to the scratching episodes. He had been seen in a dermatology clinic but no treatment had been offered. On skin examination, discrete 5-cm-long vertical linear excoriations were seen on his cheeks bilaterally Figure 1. Well-healed scars were noted bilaterally on his upper back, without any active weeping, oozing, or discharge Figure 2. During both the diagnostic and titration studies, stage rapid eye movement REM sleep without atonia was noticed intermittently but no complex motor...

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I personally have always struggled to fall asleep, I discovered at a very early age that rocking my legs or whole body slightly from side to side helped me sleep, and I still do it to this day. YBy shake I am presuming you mean twitch somewhat. It could be a condition called "restless legs" in which it feels like your legs are charged with electricity and you have to shake them for relief. The issue is lactic acid build up in the muscles due to lack or stretching or warm down after some activity. Some people have it as a chronic condition. Lactic acid is removed by muscular contraction hence warm down benefits The body is trying to remove the lactic acid by its own reflex twitching, hence restless legs. A company called Mannatech has a great product called Sport which aids the removal of lactic acid. It works a treat in this situation and also helps sports performance by preventing acid burn during workout, or at least postponing it naturally by efficient removing the acid during exercise. Or it could just be a habit that they have, where they start twitching when they go to bed for some reason. Some people shake because it is a reflex, it should be checked out. It may just be that effect when you shut off awareness of your outer body a little sooner than mind was prepared. You get a sensation of falling. I'm not a neurologist. Could be a habit, a tic, a neurological problem one never know until it is checked out by a physician. This page may be out of date. Save your draft before refreshing this page. Submit any pending changes before refreshing this page. Ask New Question Sign In. Quora uses cookies to improve your experience....

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There are more than 80 different sleep disorders, though the exact number differs according to which medical classification system is used. Most sleep specialists and doctors will use one of two major systems to diagnose a specific sleep disorder:. One of the most notable change was that there are now 6 main categories of sleep disorder instead of the 4 previous ones. In the ICSD-3, insomnia also underwent some major changes, for example removing the long-standing concept of primary and secondary insomnia. And many more may be affected by the snoring of their partner or family members. Sleep apnea is a sleep disorder involving pauses when breathing, or breathing shallowly. The pauses, known as apneas, can last for between a few seconds and minutes. Often a person will resume breathing again with a noise like a snore, choke or gasp. Many people are unaware they suffer from sleep apnea. People with sleep apnea often experience poor quality sleep because of it. They also often become accustomed to the ongoing excessive daytime tiredness which accompanies it. In some cases, the noise can sound sexual, which can be embarrassing for the person making the noise and upsetting for a partner to hear. Hypersomnia is characterized by excessive sleepiness and daytime sleepiness, as well as difficulty in waking up in the morning even after a good long sleep. This means they will feel very disorientated upon waking up. Narcolepsy is the best-known sleep disorder of this type. The result is excessive daytime sleepiness, and actually falling asleep during the daytime. These episodes of falling asleep often occur at very unwanted moments, such as in the middle of a conversation. People who have narcolepsy may also experience sudden muscle relaxation or collapse cataplexy. Sometimes this is preceded by emotional reactions like laughter or fear....

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She does fart sometimes when it's happening - wind related? Thanks if anyone can shed some light! Casper has colic too and cradle cap. Does your little one have dry skin at all? Just a small amount? She doesn't suffer from colic I think she had it once if say more likely trapped wind. I give infocol and gripe water daily. She doesn't have cradle cap. Sometimes I have to hold her arms down and it just came out of nowhere!! I read it could be a sign of tiredness can't find anymore on it she constantly has her arms going everywhere tho I have to hold her quite tight so she can drop off to sleep xx. I have a feeling it's wind related but who knows!? I wish they could talk! Only started about 2 weeks ago and she is 8 weeks tomorrow. I say she looks like a windmill with arms, then rubs on head and ears which is sign of tiredness. She will feed and be still then do this, I just let her get on with it and she eventually falls asleep. My Erin is 6 weeks and started occasionally crying in her sleep this week and her arms sometimes move about. She sometimes wakes herself up. This inactive post may not receive community feedback. We recommend you begin a new post. Add a comment This field is required. Only files 8MB or smaller of the following types are supported: Review your child's growth milestones. Read about 31 months: Your growing child 32 month old As your child's awareness of other people continues to develop, he'll begin to alter his speech depending on who he's talking to. For instance, he'll begin to use different words and tones of voice with peers or adults. Get a...

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Connect to your existing Cracked account if you have one or create a new Cracked username. Everyone's heard of sleep walking, sleep talking and sleep paralysis. There are dozens of weird, sometimes creepy sleep disorders that affect a number of people and make their bedtime seem like a night at the circus, if the circus were less full of elephants and more full of people in pajamas dry humping the fridge. Which is kind of like a French-Canadian circus. Make sure you buy the poutine if you go, but watch how the carny hands it to you -- the last thing you need is his thumb bacteria in your gravy. Hilarious sites like Cracked tend to only inform you of actually interesting and bizarre sleep disorders. What the hell is the deal with the stuff that everyone does but no one ever wants to talk about because it's ridiculous? Why does stuff keep oozing out of us at night, is what I'm asking. Advertisement 4 Scalp Leakage. I'll preface this by saying that I once heard a stand-up comedian make a joke about your head leaking maple syrup at night, and it opened my mind to a whole new reality. I wasn't the only one. And really it would have been a shame if I was, because that would mean that either I had some kind of super rare skull leprosy or my brain was trying to summon one of the Outer Gods and the portal was only opening wide enough for Shub-Niggurath to ooze one or two tentacles through. The longer you own a pillow, the more like a turn of the century East Asian crime scene it will become. Every time you change your pillow case, you're pulling out a fluffy, comfy cloud that looks like it's been...

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Rhythmic movement disorder (or RMD) is a neurological disorder characterized by involuntary The majority of RMD episodes occur during NREM sleep, although REM movements have been reported. RMD is often associated with other. Restless arm syndrome causes abnormal movements and sensations in the arms. Restless limbs often cause sleep disturbance making it harder to get to sleep Massaging or rubbing the arms when symptoms of restless arm syndrome. If they only do it when going to sleep it's not “restless leg syndrome”, often times it's simply considered relaxing (or it's the result Why do some people shake while going to sleep (leg or arm)? . Why do people rub there legs while sleeping?

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