"I WAS constantly starving but now I'm at the point where I'm also not able to eat as much anymore. I get really bloated and then of course comes the heartburn. I'm almost scared to eat now! I've also noticed that I seem to be getting mor..."
Hope you feel better soon! Question: after 4 years ... did anyone answer this question of yours Pain above left breast, left armpit and shoulder
by Aruba417, Aug 18, 2005 12:00AM ... any correct answers? Otherwise, what good is this forum I just joined? I was feeling your same wy & found your question via Google. islands7
It sounds like NARCOLEPSY. That's what I've been diagnosed with. I always thought narcolepsy meant one just fell asleep--like while walking down the street or something. That is one of the symptoms, but the actual diagnosis is that narcoleptics have way too much REM sleep. I go into REM sleep within 90 seconds after falling asleep; normal sleepers go into about 90 minutes they fall asleep. There are some medications, such as Xyrem, but it didn't work for me. I know exactly how you feel--never refreshed, dream all night. It never ends. Get a sleep study done. I'm going to my third neurologist in two weeks.
Saw a post you made some time ago and hope you will visit us in the WL&D community. There is much encouragement and information being shared, trackers being used and a new food journal that will be online soon. Hope to you will join us and be a regular participant. Very best wishes .. Ranae
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