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   Posted 12/25/2006 6:32 PM (GMT -6)   
Hi !
I'm now a much better from my anxiety and panic than before ,but still I have one problem  with me that annoying me.Every weekends I'm saying to myself that I'm going to sleep more and stay in bed for a few hours more ,but unfortunately every off days I'm getting a palpitation at the morning after 8:30 am ,every movement(in the bed like changing position)  accompany by a slight palpitation for few seconds ,which is going to awaking me directly and then its going to disappear??!! In the normal days when I'm awaking before 8:00 am to go to work,I'm not getting any palpitation??!!Is there any body with the same problem??? can any one exlpain a bit plz

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   Posted 12/25/2006 7:21 PM (GMT -6)   

Same thing happens to me.  I can't sleep any later than 7:50 am.  Drives me crazy.

If I stay on my back it doesn't seem to happen as much as on my side.

I listen to meditation tapes with earbuds. That seems to help. I also try the deep breathing and telling myself I am alright.

The other thing that happens to me is I start getting anxious when I get ready to fall asleep.  When I lie down my chest starts to feel funny. It seems to come from lying down flat.  I can fall asleep in the recliner just fine. confused





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   Posted 12/25/2006 8:14 PM (GMT -6)   
thank u for your reply happyone?? but u didn't tell me .Have u been ok? if so can u tell me how? thanks
Note...Its only happen when I'm lying on my abdomen or on side the same like you???!!

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   Posted 12/25/2006 9:03 PM (GMT -6)   

"have I been ok"   Yes, it is just a stupid adrenaline thing which makes the heart flutter. When it wakes me up, I breath deep, release, breath deep release and tell my self you are okay, you are lying in bed, the bed is on the floor - the floor is supported by the ground. Sounds silly but it works for me.

I only get P/A in my sleep, but adrenaline rushes all day.

If I want to sleep later then 7:50 I listen to meditation tapes or someone talking like motivational tapes with earbuds.  Very low volume and put the cd on repeat if you can.  Earbuds must be in ear so it drowns out inner thoughts.

The lying thing must be a compression problem or something.

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   Posted 12/26/2006 2:57 AM (GMT -6)   
Do you think the palpitation thingy starts because you have more time to think and stress when you are not getting up to go to work or are you woken up by the palps?

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   Posted 12/26/2006 7:51 AM (GMT -6)   
That sounds like what it just might be
Great input Maree

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   Posted 12/28/2006 9:14 AM (GMT -6)   
I don't know Maree,might be its true .But I think all of anxiety sufferer have a deficiency in the deep sleeping ,,,, might be this one is a good cause to make this,but why just after 7:30 am why its not before this time?? this is a question ? and I think its difficult to answer!!!
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