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Dizziness While Sleeping

 
 
sumit singh bais
 
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Reply Wed 2 Jan, 2013 03:27 am
hi i am sumit from india and age is 17 years... i am facing this problem. from last year's winters... all the symtoms are same ... when i about to sleep this happens .. and i feel like i am awake and i try to move my body to avoide this but i feel like i have no control in my body hands etc etc.and after few second my body goes vibrate ( as i feel during glddiness not sure what acctually done ) and some times i face problem in brething.. this happen first time in 2011's winter and stoped when winter over .. then 2012's winter i face same ... even toady'night (02-01-2013) ... i concert to ENT specialist but no suitable conclusion i got....!
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summercielo
 
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Reply Thu 10 Jan, 2013 01:47 pm
@Letty,
I had this not very long ago and now just got it again! I went to ER the first time I had it after a few days bc I knew this is really normal! Luckily the doc I had has had the same problem herself!!! She didn't even look in my ears! She said we will sometimes get little crystals/stones that break off of the hairs etc inside our ears and this will cause the dizziness while laying down! One of my first experiences wasn't really dizziness more off balance, when I rolled over I swore the bed was vertical and I was rolling off of it onto the floor, scared the *&$# out of me! So what this Dr did was some odd maneuvers right in ER! I just can't remember them exactly but I am going to try it again today to hopefully stop mine from getting bad again! Turn your head to the right or left then lay down really fast, keep your head turned to the side for about 30 - 1 min, then sit up really fast, then do the same to the other side. One side or an other you will feel more dizzy when you sit up really fast, you may already know this from which side you feel dizzy when turning in your sleep! Anyway do that a few times on the worst side, this should loosen the crystal and stop the dizziness! She said our inner ear has very looped canals so you have to work the crystal out of the loop!
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sakthiradha1981
 
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Reply Sun 13 Jan, 2013 10:29 am
@c4p0ne,
Please do yoga and meditation , this is better than any other medicine in the earth. Please download some of the mediation methods and come out of this problem once for all. I pray god for you.
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sakthiradha1981
 
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Reply Sun 13 Jan, 2013 10:30 am
@maxpower hd,
Please do yoga and meditation for coming out if this problem. I pray god for you. Sakthivel from india.
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shaysshays
 
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Reply Sun 20 Jan, 2013 02:51 pm
@littlek,
I have been haveing severe dizziness through the day for awhile.Just the past few days when i lay down now.I have had major problem,accidents 12 years back,everyone wants to tie my new symptons with that,but i do not know.along with that,as i lay there to trying not to be dizzy,while i lay down,eyes open or shut,the same.Now i am haveing dreams while i am awake..I have no solution to any of this..My husband is getting really upset with it all,he says its all in my mind..But reading theese,lets me know i am not crazy...shannon
Ants1
 
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Reply Sat 2 Feb, 2013 01:54 am
@Dadsrunt,
It all started like someone had turned on a light switch.I woke up the 31 Dec 12 morning feeling tired and otherwise that evening i had been skypeing on the computer for 3hrs when the dizziness started it was fast and i did not know what it was i felt like i was going into a mild shock pale and starting to sweat,by the time i got to our hospital about 20 min drive i was sick as a dog throwing up it went on for 2days the third day after being on a drip i was able to hold fluids. The doctors dignosed it as viral labrynthitis i remained dizzy for about a week turning only on my sides for normality, after a week the dizzyness
changed from having bad balance to remarkable improvement after doing eye exercises swaying head left to right and focusing on a x.Then i felt like i had a head full of lead when walking and like walking on a trampoline along with head pressure, no pain but space like every head turn or movement created this feeling in the first week i could sleep in most positions and travelled as passanger in a car was not too bad except for trying to focus on other moving cars. At that stage i could ease the seat back if it got too much and that was ok.Now its exactly how you describe it BPPV i am now in my fourth week i have had only one eply session, but still the same i cant put my head back and look at the ceiling i tried the brandt-daroff exercise i went down on my left being the affected side looked up at the ceiling for 3 seconds and then it felt like someone had swung me around by my feet at a45 degree angle at a hell speed, to scared to try that again,How long do you think this will go on for? i feel like i am in a different world.
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kevinv
 
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Reply Mon 11 Feb, 2013 05:45 pm
i had 2 ear operations on right ear in 1981 and 1993 and been through alot of hell. to much to list right now. but i to am now having a 1 to 2 second dizzy spells while falling asleep and im sure its my right ear but to make sure im getting my but to a doctor. i do know its not low blood surgar or panic attacks because i know what they are.
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kevinv
 
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Reply Tue 12 Feb, 2013 09:32 am
@maxpower hd,
i think you have bvvp because i have the probelm. you need to see an ent to know for sure.
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kevinv
 
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Reply Tue 19 Feb, 2013 05:52 pm
@shaysshays,
your not crazy. i have almost the same probelm.
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matto
 
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Reply Sun 17 Mar, 2013 08:37 pm
@kimmorgan38,
same here, but when i try to double my pillow this dizzy spell didnt occured, and this night Ive use one slim pillow and there he goes again(my bad english)
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Emelina Foster
 
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Reply Sun 7 Apr, 2013 08:38 am
I have had a history of ear problems and had it them checked and they found that I was fine. I wake up feeling like my body is awake but my brain isn't. Sometimes, I take a nap it may go away. This happens throughout the day. Recently, I have experienced extreme dizziness while I'm dreaming and can't stand or keep my balance in my dream. When I wake up, I have that same feeling of body awake, brain asleep. I have no idea what it is and since I've had my ENT extensively looked over, I can't say that's what it is in my case. I have peripheral neuropathy and symptoms of Lupus. I am also 65 and know that the liquids in your ear change over time. I am taking this to my neurologist and see what their take is on it. Good luck.
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crank
 
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Reply Mon 8 Apr, 2013 12:04 am
@maxpower hd,
Dizziness after eating and while sleeping is a serious health issue. Better to have an appointment as soon as possible. I think it is due to vertigo.
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nemesis2013
 
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Reply Wed 17 Apr, 2013 11:09 pm
I have been having this problem for the last 10 plus years. not all the time but I wake up feeling sick and dizzy then have to go to the bathroom where I am in pain from feeling severely constipated. i end up laying down on the bathroom floor because the cold tile helps me for some strange reason. I feel like I am on the verge of passing out. Sweating, thristy, just a mixture of stuff. Sorry for going into detail but eventually feel better when all of the sudden I have diaherra. It doesnt happen all the time and I am pretty careful what I eat. I tried to talk to a few doctors but they just treated me like it was imagination. I am t hinking about having a MRI. doesnt happen all the time but enough where it is now making me worry.
illy
 
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Reply Sun 20 Oct, 2013 11:26 am
@c4p0ne,
Hi this also happened to me again last night. Hasn't happened for months. Its the worst feeling ... Seriously need to sort it out.my whole body shakes / like anervous wreck once my head has settled
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killmasterkoz
 
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Reply Tue 5 Nov, 2013 07:26 pm
@maxpower hd,
well i am having issues like you, i get up 2 in the morning where things start to becomes smaller and further away. when i try to get to sleep, it feels like im spinning. this is so frustrating and i puked (i knew why.)! i am writing this in two in the morning because the issue applies to me. i am doing tests ti see what causes this but like what everyone else says go and visit a doctor and that is highly recommended.
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wittytab
 
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Reply Fri 29 Nov, 2013 08:09 pm
@nemesis2013,
@nemesis2013


URL: http://able2know.org/reply/post-5305930
You can have an MRI but i have gone that way and come up with more confusion, I have been suffering with similar problems for last 5 years and i have had all the tests possible and doctors just made me go through circles. Ultimately i have come to this conclusion that it is a mixture of some balance condition and stress because of that. I remember doctors asking me if i am stressed and i replied to them that wouldn't u be stressed if u get up dizzy in morning. Anyway try to divert your attention when this happens, I know it is easy to say and very difficult to do. Best of luck, and i know what u r going through.
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Romeo Fabulini
 
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Reply Sat 30 Nov, 2013 01:39 am
I've had exactly the same dizziness spells on and off for many years, usually when I turn over in bed or if I reach for something off a top shelf. It's something to do with the balance mechanism of the inner ear.
The room just spins and wobbles a bit for about a minute, it's not pleasant but at least it doesn't make me throw up, and is not serious enough to make me want to see the doctor. I just have to turn over more carefully in bed so's not to trigger a spell, and not crank my head at big angles during the day.
After a few days the spells clear up on their own, then another series of spells happens a few months later but I can live with it.
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mcchesneye
 
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Reply Sun 22 Dec, 2013 05:35 pm
@maxpower hd,
Are you on any medicine? Because I'm 16 years old and I am on Zoloft for anxiety and this has cause me to have exactly the same thing. I wake up screaming because I am so dizzy. Worst thing ever. I'm exhausted all the time but I don't want to fall asleep because I'm afraid of waking up!
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Romeo Fabulini
 
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Reply Sun 22 Dec, 2013 06:05 pm
Quote:
mcchesneye said: I am on Zoloft for anxiety and this has cause me to have exactly the same thing

Well stop taking that Zoloft stuff and chill..Smile
PS- i remember the worst dizzy spell I ever had was when I'd just eaten 6 packets of Quavers potato chips one after the other, my head was spinning like crazy and I fell on the floor and started to sweat, but luckily it ended after a couple of minutes. I've never touched Quavers since, there must have been something in them, you never know what muck they put in food nowadays.

Another time i had some dizzy spells which were triggered because I only had a small pillow and I think my head must have flopped about when I turned over, so ever since I've used a couple of thick pillows to support my head better
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bgmike666
 
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Reply Fri 21 Mar, 2014 08:39 am
@maxpower hd,
I am 56, male, have had this happen to me for over 20 years now. several times a year. I have had things checked out, there isn't anything they can find. it does seem to be linked to my allergies, which came on me suddenly in my 20s. I eat or encounter something that I am allergic to, my sinuses fill up and my head gets foggy; I get dizzy while sleeping and I have ot wake up to make it stop. taking a decongestant seems to help, the problem is that I am allergic to tons of stuff and it sometimes catches me by surprise. happens maybe 5 times a year.
 

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