Discussion in 'The Fire Hydrant' started by ravennr, Mar 13, 2012.
I dont have any advice, but want to say you are in my thoughts!!! HUUUUGGGSSSSSS
Thanks everyone ((((HUGS))))
The stanford page on SP/Hag Phenomenons says that more than one episode in a six month period is considered a valid time to seek medical advice.
I wonder if two nights in a row repeatedly through each sleep cycle counts, lol.
wow--what a horrifying thing to go through--I hope you find something that helps you. I can't imagine how terrifying that would feel.
wow that just sounds so scary. I have no advice other than to offer my support and (((HUGGIES)))
Yikes! I hope you find something that helps you sleep. I can't imagine going through that.
((((HUGS))))) I'm sorry, that really sounds horrible, I hope you will find a way to get peaceful sleep very soon.
I had a nightmare a few weeks ago.... It was a nightmare, and I "woke up" into another dream; it was a dream within a dream. When I actually woke up it took about 20 minutes for me to finally convince myself that I was definately awake, not dreaming again. I can't describe how incredibly disorienting the experience was.
And it sounds like your nightmares are much worse. ((((((MORE HUGS))))))
My roommate in college had sleep paralysis, but it was only when she took afternoon naps and it was warm in the room. I hope that the solution to your sleep problems will be that simple!
That 'dream within a dream' thing is part of this as well. When I got up last night, er, rather, 5:30 in the morning to make my coffee after deciding "right, that's enough of that then", I pinched myself more than a dozen times to make sure I was REALLY awake.
I get that a lot too. I hate it.
O h god,I am so so so sorry for you right now.This seems like a horrible thing to go too.I have no advice other than to see a doctor asap.Vibes and hugs for you xxx
As I posted in my other thread (should've posted here too, sorry) I have not had another episode since the last morning one I mentioned. My dreams have gone back to being the regular weird, Tim Burton-style dreams they once were, making me uncomfortable all the same.
I am not afraid to sleep, now. That is the good thing.
Glad to hear that Are you planning on going to the doctors,this sounds like a very disturbing sleep problem!
If it happens again that badly, I just might.
I need to deal with my anxiety anyway. I can't keep living life like I am. I'm doing such a disservice to myself, and I KNOW I am, but I don't stop because of the anxiety. Ugh. Vicious cycle and all that rabble.
I'll be alllllrighty.
:] I know how you feel just not had anything of that level.Need to deal with it too....but where to start -_-
Start right here, if you like.
What have you tried thus far? What have you been told, if anything? Have you seen anyone?
I will reply in the morning as I am in bed on my mobile and may write a load of rubbish!