Ripping the bed apart

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   Posted 12/13/2006 1:34 AM (GMT -6)   
  Kind of an odd ? but at night I tend to rip up the bed padding with my feet, I'm just wondering if this might be night time panic attacks I don't wake up from it but I do tend to rip up the bed padding pretty good

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   Posted 12/13/2006 2:10 AM (GMT -6)   
Can't say I've ever done that one A.K, but I do grind my teeth, talk and occasionally whack my partner over the head while I sleep (not malicious - just dreaming!!)

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   Posted 12/13/2006 2:37 AM (GMT -6)   
   I don't know why I tend to rip up the bed padding like that, it's like every 6 months we have to replace it, it's just where my feet are (and yes my toe nails are cut lol)

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   Posted 12/13/2006 5:27 AM (GMT -6)   
I think you hit it with the nightime Panic attacks
I am glad your toenails are cut Roflmbo
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   Posted 12/13/2006 9:05 AM (GMT -6)   

before I got my CPAP I tore the blankets off the bed and ripped my new pyjamas during desperate mobements in my sleep

if using a CPAP properly, with no mouth breathing, there should be a big reduction

cut your toe nails short yeah

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   Posted 12/13/2006 2:59 PM (GMT -6)   
  I never really new I was having them at night, I know that sometimes I would wake up in the mornings feeling like I had a p/a (the shakyness, feeling really out of it and my anxiety running really high) but I never new I may be having them at night till  I read other post's about it. But I allway's wondered why I would rip up the bed like that.
 Thank's Lyn we had a nice dinner out and this weekend we are going for are over nighter.

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   Posted 12/14/2006 6:09 AM (GMT -6)   
I tear my sheets off my bed sometimes while I'm dreaming... like I'm sleeping on just the mattress and don't realize it til I wake up lol

weirdly it happens only when I can't remember the dream...

and if I remember the dream so vividly and it may have been a night terror.. I hardly move...


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   Posted 12/14/2006 9:07 AM (GMT -6)   
Hello AK
Bless you for keeping your toenails cut... yeah . I'm right the opposet I don't move in my sleep. When I wake up all I have to do to fix my bed is pull up that one corner and replace the bed pillows...hahaha I couldn't amagin trying to sleep that way redface
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