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Muscle twitches during half sleep - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Doctor :   Hi
Doctor :   hwo can I help you
User :   hello doctor
Doctor :   yes
Doctor :   please carry on
User :   well my first problem is sometimes when i start to fall asleep i suddenly wake up with a jerk and my whole body is twitched and i remember of not even having any kind of dream
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   For Administrative and health purposes, Please provide these details -Age: Gender: Occupation: Location: Marital Status: Dependents: Yes/ No.
User :   20 years male management student unmarried no dependents
User :   hey anybody there
Doctor :   yes
Doctor :   do you have this at the start of the sleep
Doctor :   or end of it
User :   at the start of sleep when i am half asleep
Doctor :   Ok do you have enough sleep at the end of the day
Doctor :   sorry night
Doctor :   do yu have any after effects
User :   one more thing i have a habit of sleeping up side down and i feel this problem when sleeping straight or on side and no after effects
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   This happens some time
Doctor :   and dont worry about it
User :   sometimes during half asleep or before completely waking up my body suddenly takes a long quick breath as (it was stooped) and i return to consciousness
Doctor :   it has to do with the coping up with stress
User :   but i am already a stress free person i wake up late in the morning
User :   i have nothing to do and left free and relaxed
Doctor :   Ok
Doctor :   anyway nothing can be postulated with this
Doctor :   if you have anythig abnormal
User :   every morning i feel a lot of problem in getting off the bed i feel a lot of sleep in my eyes and am not able to open it and after completely waking up i need atleast one and a half hours to get going
Doctor :   ok
User :   and this happens even after taking a long and deep sleep
Doctor :   Ok
User :   once upon a time i was so deep asleeped that when my mother came to awake me i opened my eyes and my mind took upto 3 seconds to relize who i am where i am what is this world
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User :   i sleep for about 1o to 11 hours daily and feel that my sleep is very deep sometimes i am not awaked even after repeated alarms as i cant listen the sound of alarm
User :   what would this tablet do
Doctor :   It can induce the sleep in a systematic pattern
User :   but my sleep is very deep
Doctor :   yes
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User :   what about loss of breath during sleep
Doctor :   See sleep takes in some particular manner if it doesn take in such yoiu have the muscle twitches, SOB, night mares etc
Doctor :   and in between awakenings
Doctor :   So maintaining a regular bed time daily should be done
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User :   yes
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