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Old 09-26-2003, 05:19 PM   #1
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Unhappy Trembling/Floating Feeling When Falling Asleep

For the past two weeks, evertime I'm about to fall alseep my head trembles, I get this strange head rush and my whole body feels like its floating. It is more than annoying to say the least. It does not happen at any other time other than when I'm just about to fall asleep. It prevents me from going to sleep until the early hours of the morning when my body finally shuts down out of exhaustion. However, it's affecting me at work and socially. Anyone have any ideas to help or what it could be?

 
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