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yawning more then 1000 times a day!!!

Discussion in 'Post-Exertional Malaise, Fatigue, and Crashes' started by iwillwin1day, Nov 16, 2017.

  1. iwillwin1day

    iwillwin1day

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    I have this strange symptom that I think no one have. I yawn continuously with 2 3 minute a break. It starts the moment I wake up till I go to bed. It seems like my brain don't get any oxygen and also I don't feel sleepy. if anybody have any tips on how to cure it. Please reply. Thanks.
     
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    char47 Senior Member

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    You dont take sertraline do you? it made me yawn hundreds of times a day, was horrible.

    sorry to having to deal with this hope you find an answer
     
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  3. iwillwin1day

    iwillwin1day

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    No. I don't take setraline or any other antidepressant. I don't knew what causing it. Being suffering from this strange symptom from past 2 year. Anyways Thanks for Sharing your experience.
     
  4. eric_gladiator

    eric_gladiator Senior Member

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    you sleep well? I had that symptom before I was sick and it was from having a dream of poor quality, I had never paid attention until I fell ill and I felt much more tired thanks also to the bad dream I had. Researching online I found natrol melatonin and since then my dream is much better than many years ago
     
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  5. lnester7

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    I don't know if it is CFS thing or a OI thing, But this is very normal when you crash. Lay down flat until you feel breathing normal (if you are not in midodrine) and you will feel better. That is a sign for me that I am overdoing or being vertical for too long.
     
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    lafarfelue Senior Member

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    Does it feel like air hunger or something else..? If you search for 'air hunger' on the forums, you may find something that helps.
     
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    gregh286 Senior Member

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    air hunger.
    pain in butt.
     
  8. iwillwin1day

    iwillwin1day

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    Yes. My sleep is ok. But unrefreshing. Also I don't get any dream. I will try to improve my sleep. Thanks for sharing your experience.
     
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  9. iwillwin1day

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    Yes. I have OI with cfs. I also do the same as you said, by being horizontal to recover. Also being vertical for long period I cannot handle. I think it's from OI only. I am not on any medicine as I have so many intolerance and allergies. Thank you very much for sharing your experience
     
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  10. iwillwin1day

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    It is very worse. I have all types of breathing problem like air hunger, deep breath, sign , yawn, etc etc. All doctor are saying congrats your blood report is so much good and perfect. And I am like feeling hell.
     
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  11. iwillwin1day

    iwillwin1day

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    Yes. So true. One of the worst symptom.
     
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  12. lnester7

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    Well this is great news in a way! I think when Poeple get the OI diagnosis is a blessing in disgaised because then you can get treated which will help the Cfs The most in my book.
    So you can do POors men tilt table test ( yourself) and have something to bring to your doctor. Also you can play with the natural vassoncotroctors ( like butchers broom) or vassodilators whatever will work for you. and also is a thing doctors will understand ( and you ahve a organic measurement to show line changes in BP and Heart rate).
    I am not doctor just my very uneducated opinion.
     
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