Pregnant not able to sleep on the side. Is it safe to sit up and sleep?
Im 24 weeks pregnant and start sleep on my left side always (relatively comfortably). Sometimes I am a little uncofortable on my side and I allow myself to sit up against the 3 pillows propped behind me, and sleep on my back / sitting up. Is this bad? I could try not to do this if it is bad for...
I have dizziness and snore in sleep
I am 32 yrs old married man. I am having problem of dizziness and snoring in sleep. Firstly i want to talk about my problem of feeling dizziness in sleep. when I am trying to sleep and laying on my bed I feel like dizziness and it s also happening when I turn and sleep position in left or right....
Nausea, dizziness, sleeping more
I keep feeling nauseous, on the verge of vomiting but never actually do. This has been on an off for years. When it gets bad i also get dizzy and feel faint a lot, and recently I have been sleeping a lot more than normal, sometimes for about 15 hours a day. This is now affecting my full time job...
Throbbing headaches in the sleep. Reason?
I been getting throbbing headaches in my sleep mostly on left side in temporal area. Put slightly goes away as i wake up. I do have sinus issues. And slight headaches on occasion not throbbing just annoying and sinus pills or ibuprofen don t seem to really get rid of it.it just make it less...
Hi, welcome to Health care magic forum.
Most common cause of biting the teeth in sleep is the worms in the intestines.
other causes may be the infection of the teeth, like carries tooth ,periodontitis, etc.
If it is when you are awake may be the anxiety, tension etc.
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