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I had this frequently years ago and it seems to have returned last few days. There is info on the internet but you have to join some website or something to get answers.Usually early morning when I am awakening. When it happens I know it probably isn't an earthquake type tremmor but I also am not sure I am fully awake. It takes a while to go away - I guess when I really wake up. But when it happens you swear it isn't you shaking and that and the bed is vibrating. Anybody get this? Smart ass replies expected also :-)
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Originally Posted by LI Sound Grunt View Post
I had this frequently years ago and it seems to have returned last few days. There is info on the internet but you have to join some website or something to get answers.Usually early morning when I am awakening. When it happens I know it probably isn't an earthquake type tremmor but I also am not sure I am fully awake. It takes a while to go away - I guess when I really wake up. But when it happens you swear it isn't you shaking and that and the bed is vibrating. Anybody get this? Smart ass replies expected also :-)
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Don't use as many quarters in the machine if only one does the trick. JK I have never heard of this sensation and I live in Earthquake country.
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House sinking? Did you have spicy Mexican food for lunch? Train tracks close? Large neighbor fall out of bed? Leprechaun partying in the basement?
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Actually most of the search results talk about paranormal stuff.......It is Halloween
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Interesting... here’s a link about others having similar issues

https://healthunlocked.com/livingwit...on-when-waking
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What's your alcohol consumption like? Last time you had A1C and AM glucose tested?

in addition to a gyrating hooker, a misplaced dildo or paranormal activity, tremors and other issues can cause sensations. Might be worth a doc visit if you haven't been in a while.
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wife/girl friend playing with some toys
^^^^^ this, the wife is rubbing one out.
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I think FastFJR got it.
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There was a question that asked something similar to what you are describing when filling out my sleep apnea questionnaire. May be time for a checkup.
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See a neurologist and get a brain scan, seriously, no joke.
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Are you holding a helium filled balloon when this happens?

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Stop touching yourself.
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I only get this if I stop drinking for a day, so I think your best bet is to make sure you're drinking enough booze.
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Originally Posted by LI Sound Grunt View Post
I had this frequently years ago and it seems to have returned last few days. There is info on the internet but you have to join some website or something to get answers.Usually early morning when I am awakening. When it happens I know it probably isn't an earthquake type tremmor but I also am not sure I am fully awake. It takes a while to go away - I guess when I really wake up. But when it happens you swear it isn't you shaking and that and the bed is vibrating. Anybody get this? Smart ass replies expected also :-)
I've had this happen to me. Turned out I was hallucinating => reaction to a medication I was taking. I remember BELIEVING the fan was causing the bed to vibrate.

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