What do u feel like when u wake up? - Fibromyalgia Acti...

Fibromyalgia Action UK

49,501 members60,687 posts

What do u feel like when u wake up?

Hidden
Hidden

Does any one wake up with fast heart shakky and feeling like you've been up all night drinking I don't drink but I feel like I've been on one all night its a horrendous feeling then I'm on the loo most morning with electric glass pain running through my body with hot red rashes that come and go not to mention I slept for 3 hours with a few crazy dreams and a night sweat 😣😘😘😘

18 Replies
oldestnewest

Morning lovely,

When I wake up, struggle to loo spend 20 minutes there lol huffing and puffing. I get the rashes woke up today with rashes over my chest and crazy itchy skin and as for the dreams wow they can be super crazy! I guess I feel like a box of broken biscuits 😫🥰🐼💜

Hidden
Hidden in reply to Panda1968

Bless you can totally relate not being crude but I lso have 2 toned stool dark brown and light ibs probably it's crazy how our body changes with this I dont no wat to eat in regards to ibs xxxx any two toned stool whys that 🤔❤️❤️❤️❤️

Panda1968
Panda1968 in reply to Hidden

I have absolutely no idea but that is certainly worth a call to GP, there is some really good stuff on internet regarding IBS (my daughter has terrible IBS and only eats “clean foods”) and different foods my problem is if I eat fat even the smallest amount it goes straight through but that is more to do with my gallbladder removal. If I was to eat say a slice of cheese even reduced fat I would really suffer for it 🥰🐼💜

Hidden
Hidden in reply to Panda1968

Doing a fecal sample 😜😵😵😵tommoro I pray it will be OK don't think I could cope with anything else on top xx

Panda1968
Panda1968 in reply to Hidden

Thank god, get that done. Honestly don’t overthink it, I know that’s easier said than done but you can’t deal with something until you know what you are dealing with, you have got this Lola sending you a massive hug 🥰🥰🐼🦋

Hidden
Hidden in reply to Panda1968

Cheers girlie xxxxx much appreciated x

Panda1968
Panda1968 in reply to Hidden

Your welcome 😘😘

Hi lola,like panda says I would get it checked with yr gp,might be one of your meds doing it x

Come on tell us how you know what its like to wake up with a hangover. Sorry, I did have that experience many years ago, but I quickly learnt that it was not a good idea. Just can't afford the results of drinking alcohol now-a-days. I limit myself very strictly. Its not a problem for me but I can still a small drink of wine but a bottle lasts me for weeks.

But being more sane yess I have had that experience over many years and sometimes it hits me through the night and I don't sleep well. I often have to take Oxycontin tablets to get rid of the pain and the pains and fuzziness in my head. Sometime they don't work against the pain. i try to tolerate the pain as much as possible as my usage is restricted by our regulations here in Australia.

You do have my total understanding and I will not offer you sympathy only understanding but that is sincere. I have found that too much sympathy doesn't do a lot of good. I have on top of diagnosed fibromyalgia & chronic fatigue a problem with cellulitis in my legs which maybe caused by a genetic autoimmune problem but can also be initiated by some medications.

I also get rashes over most of my body that have been diagnosed as several different things. Very irritating, but eased by using Epaderm cream which does not irritate like some moisturisers. Other than that a quick wipe over with weak vinegar, but please anyone get advice on that is vinegar is Acetic acid and can burn sensitive skin badly. I was advised to use no stronger that 3%. that's 3.0 ml to 100 ml of water or weaker. Stronger is not better.

I have been led to believe that a bacteria called Pseudo monas can cause problems as i is a common bug in human bodies & very weak vinegar is acknowledged as the way to slow it down. But rashes can be caused by many things

Best of luck with it all. I have a feeling that I may be rid of my problem within the next few years. I will get to be 86 by Pearl Harbour day and that is probably enough.

Regards. Bill.

Hidden
Hidden in reply to Billypil

Good luck Bill take care thanks for sharing your mornings very similar must I say.

My racing heart is morning and evening, I feel like I have a hangover in the morning, I'm stiff with aching muscles and joints but am much improved since taking Duloxetine, at least now I can function after a couple of hours. But sleeping either round the clock or not at all is still a problem!!!😜

Hidden
Hidden

Ha ha same here mate and duloxotine I've been on now for 3 weeks totally helped anxiety xxx

Billypil
Billypil in reply to Hidden

Wh at is Duloxatine. Various docs have prescribed antidepressants but the smallest doses make me dysfunctional. The same with anything to help me sleep - even serotonin. After I get into bed I may sleep for up to 2 hours then fully awake then only short periods of on and off and have to put up with a thick head for several has. I have some obstructive anoea, some central apnoea as well as insomnia.

Hidden
Hidden in reply to Billypil

It's an antidepressant but is used to treat fibromyalgia x

I have those symptoms after certain foods high in histamine ... cheese, marmite. Red wine is a real no no for me .... ill for a week after a glass ... white wine ok. Google for foods high in histamine ... see if there is any corrélation with foods you eat.

Do you have diabetes? Or consume a lot of carbs before bedtime ? That’s how I feel when I eat too many crackers or cookies while watching TV. I have recently been diagnosed with type 2 diabetes. So, my granddaughter who is on a low carb diet told be do drink a cup of warm chicken broth or beef broth and it stopped the shakiness. I have fibromyalgia also and arthritis so I know how horrible I feel when I eat sugar so I guess they’re kind of all tied together since our immune systems are fighting everything under the sun, Feel better 😊

Past few days I've woken up that way, felt shaky, my heart races and I feel heavy in my body. It could be one of my medications, but I think it's my nerves as I'm really anxious right now. I'd rather not wake up some days 😩

Hidden
Hidden in reply to Simplydivine1

My anxiety was through the roof I wanted to section my self at one point the insomnia and pain was to much until I started duloxotine it has really helped my anxiety xxxx what do u take currently xxx

You may also like...