Yelling in my sleep

Discussion in 'Mental Wellbeing' started by cassan_98, Aug 18, 2007.


 

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  1. cassan_98

    cassan_98 New Member

    My wife is telling me that I now occasionally yell in my sleep. Once I was yelling "OW!" repeatedly, and once she couldn't make out what I was saying. After waking up I do not remember any dreams that it could be related to. Does anyone else do this? What kind of problem does it indicate? How do I stop it?

    Thanks,

     

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  2. BethG

    BethG New Member

    No yelling, but my husband ocassionally talks in his sleep. I remember once a long time ago he was mumbling watch out for the pink upside down ice cream cones. We figured out later that he was talking about the orange construction cones (he works highway/bridge construction). At that time a flagger had been hit by a careless driver, hence "watch out!"

    Another time, and we still laugh about this one, he said he had a bigger unit, it just "wasn't on display."

    I don't know if it's indicative of a problem, maybe there's something going on in your life that's "hurting" you? Or you're anxious about being hurt somehow?

     

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  3. curcuma

    curcuma New Member

    Uh-huh. Greatest product ever, huh? Hey Sabrina you don't happen to sell DermaSleep, do you?

     

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  4. why

    why New Member

    take any meds before bed? When I do I have very vivid dreams and talk/cry/scream/hit/kick/ exc in my sleep.

    On an average night I still do talk...as for remembering the dream when she wakes you abruptly like that then you will forget your dream..if she could wake you slowly maybe you would remember.

    Do you have dreams that you can control?

     

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  5. kellybean

    kellybean New Member


    LMAO @ curcuma....

    "HEAD ON, APPLY DIRECTLY TO YOUR FOREHEAD"

    "HEAD ON, APPLY DIRECTLY TO YOUR FOREHEAD"

    "HEAD ON, APPLY DIRECTLY TO YOUR FOREHEAD"

    Anyone ever try this product?


    BOT: I've often talked in my sleep. I also sit up straight and gasp for air, so I've been told. I don't remember either - ever.
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  6. StLGaL

    StLGaL New Member

    Getting off subject...Head on does not work ..lol I tired that stupid crap and it didn't do anything

    I used to talk in my sleep a lot as a kid..I know my dad still does a lot but he is alcoholic and depressed and was in Vietnam..so yeah he's got issues...

     

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  7. a_happy_dreamer

    a_happy_dreamer New Member

    I woke myself up last night shouting, I'd been trying to shout for ages in my dream and when I finally did it was out loud!

    As far as i'm awae talking in your sleep is harmless and there are many different explanations for why you dream - it is far to simple to assume one cause for you dream - there's psychological theories, psyiological theories etc - and I suspect all of them have some grounding. So I'd just assume that it doesn't indicate a problem at all.

    However, if it starts dramatically affecting you or your partner - i.e if its practically continuous, constantly wakes you up or you begin to get violent - then there are sleep therapies and medications etc that your doctor should eb able to help you with through a sleep clinic.

    Don't worry though!!

    xx

     

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  8. why

    why New Member

    I have abused my DH during my sleep. One time I was dreaming and I reached over to him and tried to poke out his eyes, another time I repeatedly kicked him and another time I was hitting his side.

    Sleep is crazy!

     

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  9. Weirdartist

    Weirdartist New Member

    I frequently beat up my partner in my sleep, I'm forver talking, snoring, drooling, and wriggling as well as crying and laughing. I guess I ought to see a doc, especially as I feel tired alot, but its something I have always done, I figure its normal for me... [​IMG]

     

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  10. Zoory

    Zoory New Member

    According to my knowledge majority of people who are very sensitive and nervous and who keep a lot of secrets in mind face this problem. Yelling in sleep is directly linked with stress.

     

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  11. Abigale Bell

    Abigale Bell New Member

    Thanks Zoory. I totally agree with here.

     

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  12. Advanced Male

    Advanced Male New Member

    Try changing your routine before you go to bed first, make sure you relax yourself fully! This will entice you into a calm sleep hopefully making you dream of pleasent things.
    I don't think anything is wrong with you, a lot of people have night terrors! I too have suffered with them.

    Its all in your head so you need to clear it! If things still persist, I consider talking to someone about it. Family or Friends. They will always help!

     

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  13. darawatsons

    darawatsons New Member

    I admit I talk also while sleeping, but I didn't remember that I yelled. Even my brother will also talk while sleeping, I guess it is because of being tired or a dream. Try to drink water before sleeping, and also a little meditation could also help.

     

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  14. emersonkelly

    emersonkelly New Member

    My brother will talk sometimes while sleeping. How to avoid this?? Does meditation helps??
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  15. Ricy Mardona

    Ricy Mardona New Member

    I think this type of problem is happen because of taking stress so in my opinion you need to consult to the doctor.

     

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  16. kimmchu

    kimmchu New Member

    My mom just did the other night. She still remember what she had dreamt about after my niece tried to wake her up when she was yelling. She said there was a robber trying to get in to our house and she was calling the attention of everyone to ask help. I dont mind if she does the yelling once , I just dont like it to be a habit .

     

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