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Can you get nightmares at night from drinking orange juice

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I sometimes wake in the night with a weird nightmare feeling, like the feeling I felt when having a nightmare as a child. My brain feels scrambled. Something is wrong but I don't know what. Is part of my ...

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paxam for night terrors and unfortunately now not only have they come back (the nightmares ) even though ... having a horrendous nightmare about it. You may say this is not a very problematic disorder but I am ...

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....I am having vivid nightmares 2-3 times p/wk...wake up yelling...take 1.5 mg. alprazolam at bedtime...could this cause the nightmares? ...

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Hi Doctor, I have nightmares most nights. They are always violent and scary. What causes nightmares? ...

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Dear Dr. Swarnava, Thank you I am going to have a test gastric emptying Long time ago I took REGLAN for have a faster evacuation food from stomach and as a side effect had terrible night dreams. Is it existe ...

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I wake up after a dream every night and I cannot breathe and ask myself if I m alive. My heart ... and don t sleep anymore. Will this go away? I don t drink or use any drugs - I m too fearful it could get ...

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My 40 year old daughter has horrible nightmares almost every night. Her doctor has done lab work ... drinks before bed on many of these nights. Could that possibly be the problem? ...

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I have night terrors. It s not all the time; couple times a year maybe. I remember them vividly ... every night and remember basically every one. Anyways, is there anything I can do to stop these night ...

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truly cries and we were wondering if she is having nightmares. She has gone to sleep at night some ...I have a 20 month old grand baby who rarely sleeps at night. She will go to sleep at 6 or 7 ...

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hi i have a 6 yr old little boy who for the last 8 nights has had recuring nightmares. woken up 3 or 4 times every night full of fear, shaking, sweating and screaming. im really worried about him as he ...

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Hi, I need help with a problem, I m 16 years old but I suffer every night from terrible nightmares, and I shake with fear at night, and even some times during the day. I always feel like theres someone ...

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Im 20 years old five foot one about 135 pounds i have been having frequent nightmares for over a month now and they are just getting worse usually they are multiple a night and every night i have ...

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to drink coffee more than a normal range any time and i spent all my day in the library studding books any ...

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Hi, I take fluvoxamine 2 times daily-one in the morning and one in the evening. The dose is 100 mg. I have nightmares almost every night. Could the fluvoxamine do this? Would it be better for me ...

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I am 21 years old, female. I have just had an endoscopy and a colonoscopy and was found to have stomach ulcers. Recently I have been having terrifying nightmares pretty much every night and wandered ...

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Hello Thanks for the query. It unlikely for Tylenol to cause nightmares. Regards

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Hi, Thanks for contacting Healthcaremagic.com Increased Blood pressure during the night mare or a physical trauma by yourself could be the cause here. Regards,

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Relaxation will be helpful. Nightmares due to stress being carried into sleep. Go back to sleep. Thanks.