hi i am a 18 year old female who cant go to sleep everynight til 3am i dont know y my bf says i stop sleeping in my sleep then breathe again last night i woke up in a sitting position and gasped for air pleaseee help what is this??
It sounds like you may have a sleep-breathing problem, and delayed sleep phase syndrome. You should see your doctor or a sleep doctor about this. If you normally can't sleep on your back, even more reason to suspect a sleep-breathing problem.
i m 21 yrs old female i m suffering frm breathing problem since few dayz dis problem occured to me last yr bt was fine now again it has persist m very scraed n nervous m nt able to sleep during night n once i sleep den i dnt get up may b dis is something gud dat i dnt get up chocking all doctors say its stress n m nt so healthy also wat could b da reason is it life long problem
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