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Tongue spasm sleep

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doctor1 MD

hi I am XXXX my son is 7 years old he has problem of spasms problem become more while sleeping doctor hs prescribed dipred 8 withand budesol neblzri is ths safe and helpful ...

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to form the word I want to say and I begin to almost stutter, as if my tongue spasms; feels like my throat ... to get enough air in or out of my lungs. If I roll onto my back when sleeping, I awake in a panic ...

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with just a little discomfort and twicthing, to now full on spasms, jerks and twitching throughout body. I noticed when I lay down on my back, the symptoms get worse, which have made sleeping very difficult. I ...

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Couple weeks ago I had a tremor in my thumb. Since then it seems I m kinda lightly shaking all over in limbs . I m having muscle spasms all over and my tongue even trembles and has a spasm. I feel heaviness ...

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I went to bed late and when I did got to sleep suddenly I awoke and from my should's to my head I was having a had spasm then I went back to sleep? What is causing this? ...

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of vocal activity. also tounge feels tight - like spasms. feels like my trachea is surrounded by a flaming ...

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confused, says he can t distinguish reality from dreams. Has been sleeping very poorly for past several weeks due to severe muscle spasms in shoulders, legs. Medications; Low-dose Naltrexone, Tramadol (never ...

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My husband is 81 years old and for the last couple of years he has had jaw and tongue spasms. Episodes last three or four days and occur about two or three times a year. The spasms are a little more ...

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region 1 1/2 weeks ago, and yesterday began having a strange symptom -- the tip of my tongue keeps tightening, like a muscle spasm, but no pain. Makes speaking very difficult! It happens several times ...

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Epilepsy and Tremors. I had a weird seizure yesterday, were I couldn t really talk, had spasms in my tongue ...

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i am 39 5ft 9 165 lbs. I am active enough to be able to run a few miles at a time. I have had muscle spasims tonight in my tongue and neck. There is very several pain associated with it and numbness ...

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I keep getting constricting spasms in my calf (mostly right). they happen suddenly, and cause my .... it happens when I m sitting, standing, and sleeping. . ...

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I have had a twitching/pulsating spasm in my right eyebrow just above my eye for over three months ... dont smoke nor do any drugs. I also dont consume caffeine and I get plenty of sleep at night. I dont ...

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and sometime the pain and spasms return and must get up again. Cannot get a full night s sleep. Also affected ...Have leg muscle spasms that occur when I am asleep and lying in bed. Excruciating. Sometime ...

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I have many lipomas around my low rib cage. My problem is that after sleeping 4 to 5 hours I am having muscle spasms in my back and sides. I also have one located lower in my back near my spine ...

Mobile Questions and Answers

doctor1 MD

Hi, Do provide more details as any trauma could be the cause like tongue bite. Get a platelet count to rule out bleeding disorders or other pathology.

doctor1 MD

Snoring is most often due to the base of tongue falling back and obstructing the breathing. If possible, try sleeping in prone or semi-prone position. It should help.

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Yes, possibility of musculoskeletal pain is more. So ask him to avoid heavyweight lifting, strenuous exercise. Avoid movements causing pain. Avoid bad postures in sleep. Apply warm water pad on affected site. Start painkiller and muscle relaxant drugs. He will mostly improve in 1 week. If not improving then get done chest x ray. Please hit thanks.