My vet with 100% ptsd has started this in last couple of months. Not the nightmares, different. he is either constantly pulling all the covers to his side, and winter down here, so I pull back for some warmth. He is fast asleep and just grabs them back so by 3am abouts I am chilled to the bone so get up, dressed for warmth and having my first cup of tea for the day. If not that he is throwing himself clear off the bed, twisting around like a playing whale and crashes back down, still fast asleep. And this goes on and on, all the time attatched to a sleep apnea machine. Quite fasinating to watch, and watch I do as no plans to be under where he crashes as over 6 ft and a big man. He sleeps through all of it. Then gets upset with himself for disturbing my sleep and wonders why he is also tired. When I became disabled, we downsized to a low set 2 bedroom house. I use the small single room for a sewing computer room as we planned. Doews anyone else have these problems please?
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