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Lie down trembling sensation

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I have a trembling sensation in my lower back like a shivering when cold . No pain at all and only sitting down ...

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Hey, ive been starting to get a heart dropping sensation lately and usally gets worse at night and when i lay down. everytime it happens, my heart feels like it kinda skips a beat or does a couple small ...

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Years ago I was diagnosed with XXXXXXX Chiari and have lived fine with it. I moved 3 weeks ago from an altitude of 4670 to an altitude of less than 20. When I first lay down I feel a sensation of vertigo ...

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My 14 year old son has been waking up in the middle of the night really grasping for breath. It makes him sit straight up and make a big gasping noise and then cough . He has done this appox 4 times this summer. He seems very tired a lot more than...

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When I lay down on my bed, the room starts to spin. I close my eyes and it goes away...? YYYY@YYYY ...

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u there? i get a trembling in my legs and chest when i lay down and very uncomfortable. they get ... and i can breath again. i have this feeling all the time when lay down. never when im standing ...

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When im laying down like on my phone i get light headed and loose my breath and i can stop the episode if i try my hardest to catch my breath but if i dont i get all trembly and start getting weird ...

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I have an intermittent “tearing” sensation under my left shoulder blade, close to the spine. It subsides when I am lying down. If I look down, the pain intensifies greatly. The pain also increases when I ...

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When I lay down, my foot starts hurting and tingling. It is on the top of my foot and then goes to the inside of my foot. When I get up to walk, I can barely walk for the first couple of steps. I have a bone ...

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Hello When I m up and walking around my feet are warm and okay, and are as warm as the rest of my body when I go to bed, but as soon as I lay down my feet feel like they are freezing ...

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the past day or so I have had minor episodes of dizzyness and or vertigo. Even when I am lying down there can be the spinning of what i see around me. I do have some sensitivity in my upper abdomen ...

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while lying down on either side....fluttering feeling at nape of neck and almost a feeling ... extremeties and then it will stop for about 2 seconds and then start again. Sensation stops if I am lying ...

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When I lie down and lay for a few minutes and then I breath deeply, I feel this extremely weird sensation like air is moving to fast into my lungs or like it is having to against some sort of force ...

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Everytime I go to sleep and I m just relaxing lying down I get the worst sensations ever, like I m really sinking and sharp tight chest pains but had the worst one yet just it felt like my heart stopped ...

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Hi my son is saying when he lies down to go to sleep he feels like he can t breath properly. As if a brick is sitting on his chest, he also as a sensation on the front of his evil like someone is pinching ...

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doctor1 MD

no need to keep lying down

doctor1 MD

It could be a pinched nerve, sciatica or a peripheral neuritis.

doctor1 MD

dear patient, slowly go do3n with those every day to avoid trembling. Best regards