Two weird things I do in my sleep and I am just wondering if they happen to anybody else.

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    Sep 13, 2010 12:23 PM GMT
    1) I sweat around the collar area of my neck and backs of my shoulders. I sweat enough that I sometimes have to change the undershirt I am sleeping in a couple of times during the night and the pillow case gets wet. I don't sweat anywhere else. I have always just chalked it up to tension being released by the body.

    2) Now somebody will gave had to tell you if you do this. I twitch just as I fall asleep. Not big convulsive twitches. But more like each muscle fiber is relaxing almost individually. So just a period of microtwitches. The guy I am dating now told me about it and how he feels them as I just fall asleep.
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    Sep 13, 2010 12:45 PM GMT
    My BF does the second one while falling asleep. Sometimes I can feel my fingers, or rarely my ankle twitch. I'm sure everyone does it....most are just not aware of it.

    As to the sweating: Take some Melatonin before bed. It has been said to help menopausal women (go ahead, the juveniles in the group---laugh it up) who have hot flashes.
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    Sep 13, 2010 2:02 PM GMT
    I twitch as well when I'm falling asleep. Then again, I have Tourrette's, so I tend to twitch a bit when I'm awake as well. It's when I'm falling asleep that I get full-body twitches. It can startle a guy the first few times I fall asleep with him. Hell, sometimes it wakes me up, hahahaha.
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    Sep 13, 2010 3:49 PM GMT
    StudlyScrewRite said My BF does the second one while falling asleep. Sometimes I can feel my fingers, or rarely my ankle twitch. I'm sure everyone does it....most are just not aware of it.

    As to the sweating: Take some Melatonin before bed. It has been said to help menopausal women (go ahead, the juveniles in the group---laugh it up) who have hot flashes.

    I had hot flashes during my cancer therapy. They are miserable...and harious at the same time. It's like "flame on" all of a sudden as the heat wells up from inside you. icon_lol.gif I don't think I will take anything for the sweating. I am just curious if anyone else experiences it. I don't know of anyone who does.