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Posted 10 Feb 2015 by raja_2512 • 3 answers
i have pain in my left side of head and neck and shoulder . some time feeling weakness in my left arm also . please tell what is this this a just muscles pain ,stress or kind or paralysis???
West Nile Virus - What is the best type of therapy for a west Niles patient with polio like partial?
Posted 20 hours ago by ccafree • 0 answers
... paralysis? My 55 year old brother was stricken with the West Niles Virus on 9/4/16. The virus affected his nervous & muscular systems & now has partial paralysis. The traditional physical & occupational therapists do not appear to be reversing the paralysis.
About a week ago I could not wake up but a feeling of being held down (sleep paralysis) This use to?
Posted 24 Oct 2016 by Roger Thomas jr • 1 answer
... happen quit a bit, but has not happened in a while. Funny because i use to think it was a ghost but thanks to goggle i know it is just a chem inbalance. Ok so the difference this time i had alot of pain in my right bicep. And when i woke up in the morning my bicep was in alot of pain. It was ...
Posted 17 Oct 2016 by Viking Goddess • 1 answer
I have been on Viibryd 40mg for 2 years. For the last year I have been researching sleep paralysis and night terrors with no prevail until I heard the term "Brain Zaps". When I experience brain zaps that tells me I am going to have sleep paralysis and night terrors. I have been scared to ...
Posted 24 Oct 2016 by Sekhonmansi • 0 answers
Posted 22 Mar 2016 by manuprasad_07 • 3 answers
I experience sleep paralysis often, and I've gotten so used that I now just acknowledge it and try to sleep through it. But I often dream that I'm floating or flying and I wake up feeling exhausted, with my hands and legs (most notably fingers) aching and feeling fatigued. I am not sure ...
Posted 4 Mar 2016 by curiousgirlXXX • 2 answers
I don't know if I am experiencing sleep paralysis or not and was hoping someone would help. Ever since I have started working nightshift 6 months ago I have experienced strange things happening while I try and sleep. This doesn't happen when I sleep after work during the day only when I ...
Posted 25 Feb 2016 by Jajamo • 1 answer
Two friends took the pills at the same time thinking they were Cialis. 20 minutes later they both had facial paralysis, slurred speech, vertigo, narcoleptic passing out and when out to bed to sleep it off - both slept for 20+ hours non-stop. Anyone have a clue to identifying what those pills could ...
Posted 18 Oct 2015 by ceryshayes • 1 answer
... bed. I am trying to
Posted 23 Sep 2015 by bec-eee • 0 answers
Please give advice. I'm 25 yr old female and have experienced sleep paralysis twice this year and before now I've never experienced it before! I'm not on any medication just multivitamins. I'll explain both experiences separately as they were both a little different but the ...
Posted 8 Aug 2015 by Excalibure • 1 answer
I am a 47-yr old man suffering with Epilepsy, Myotonic Muscular-Dystrophy, and Periodic-Paralysis. The last one is an extremely rare condition. I was just diagnosed with it.
Posted 18 Jun 2015 by Rebecca T • 3 answers
give it a scientific explanation . Let me explain what happened to me 10 min ago . I woke up and looked at my window that daybreak was starting to come through when all of a sudden I felt pressure on my pillow beside my head and neck . It kept getting closer and closer so I didn't move . Then ...
Posted 26 Jun 2015 by naruto15 • 2 answers
How can i go into a sleep paraylsis then turn it into a lucid dream
Posted 27 Apr 2015 by colben84 • 1 answer
I don't know where to start, but a few years ago, while I was living at home, one particular morning, I was asleep and during my dream, I became aware of my dream (nightmare) state at which as things got terrifying, I was trying to force myself awake. I knowingly afflicted pain to myself by ...
Posted 19 Mar 2015 by ctvitale • 1 answer
Hello, I have reached a point where I'm not sure what is no longer normal. I have dealt with sleep paralysis since my early teens and am now 30 years old. I understand we've all experienced some sort of hell with this "condition", however it has progressed beyond my tolerance ...