For the past several years I have been told by my husband and kids that I yell, scream, cuss, kick, and swing my arms. When I do this, they shake me awake, or I wake up on my own feeling like I had just been a fight, and covered in sweat. My husband says I do this almost everyday. Also, I have these dreams where I don't know if I am asleep, or just waking up, but when I try to wake up, or move, I feel paralyzed. I have never had a sleep test, but I do suffer with insomnia, and I normally sleep about four hours at a time. I feel more fatigued and achy whenever I sleep more than six hours. I have had fibro for about 20 years, the dreams are something new. My husband says I am always fighting with someone, I do call out different peoples name, almost any name he has told me I have yelled out have hurt me in the past. Is there anyone else who has these type of dreams, or am I just coo coo in the head. LOL Thanks fibrorican
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