I always seem to be kicking in my sleep. Whenever we stay in a hotel and I have to share a bed with my sister, I always kick her while sleeping and wake her up. Not just hotel beds, either - at home, whenever I wake up, all my covers are messed up because I have been kicking in my sleep. Also, at a sleepover, two of the girls there were awake at three in the morning. Apparently I started kicking and punching and crying out in my sleep.
Do I have some kind of sleep disorder? I would really appreciate your help, thank you so much.
Hi. Look up something called Periodic Limb Movement Disorder, I have it as I had a sleep study done as I was always tired during the day. They gave me Mirapex, which is used for Restless Leg. Have you ever had a sleep study before?
hi, i woke up a few times finding out from my partner that i had kicked, punched and elbowed him in my sleep and also hit myself in the face causing a black eye!
i also bite my tongue in my sleep i dunno whats wrong with me i need help to..
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