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Hello Ladies,

I'm back again with my many questions. I noticed that upon waking at night or even if I try to nap, as soon as I fall asleep I start dreaming, I'm then jolted out of my sleep and can feel my body shaking. I cam literally feel my bed moving.

Has anyone expierenced this? I would sometimes have the internal tremors and jitters but this is something new.

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    Omg yes yes yes. That is happening to me as well.

    What is it?

    I also get the internal tremor but like you say this is something different

    I seriously feel like im losing the plot at the moment.

    Too many overwhelming different weird symptoms to deal with x

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      Hi Michelle, it's really weird. I'm scared to research it because I know it will come up to something dreadful and I just can't be bothered with it. This is scary. I dozed off and started this weird dream and when I jolted up I was shaking so hard my bed was moving. I almost went into a panic attack but I laid there for a while until it calmed down some. Me and my little girl are the only ones home at the moment and I was trying not scare her with me panicking. This has been happening over a week or so lately.
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      I had it briefly a few months ago, then it stopped so I thought it was ok. Now seems to be back. I thought it was a side effect of medication but remembered that I wasnt on any meds when it first started happening.
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    Omg yes yes yes. That is happening to me as well.

    What is it?

    I also get the internal tremor but like you say this is something different

    I seriously feel like im losing the plot at the moment.

    Too many overwhelming different weird symptoms to deal with x

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    I don't do the dreaming, but almost every time I fall asleep , my body will jerk me awake! And, I wake up every morning with the internal tremors, they usually last throughout the day, getting better at night. I also feel left sided weakness and tremors more on that side. Have no idea what could be causing it, but have had this for months! 
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    Yes. I have this and my doctor told me its adrenalin. I had my cortisol levels checked and sure enough, my levels are elevated at the wrong times. They are called adrenalin surges. I need to get my cortisol levels down. Also another doctor wrote about this and said when your estrogen is low, it increases cortisol and cortisol increases adrenalin and adrenalin causes anxiety. Its a NASTY vicious cycle.
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