Bed Shaking

its been 3 days, when i lie down at night in my bed to sleep i feel like earthquake as if my bed is shaking. What is it? plz guide me

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Adun Bajwa

this happened to me too, I have been experiencing the same thing from the past 2 days....I wake up in the middle of the night and find my legs and bed shaking

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Body tremors, shaking, trembling anxiety symptoms description:

Your arms, hands, feet, legs, stomach, sides, chest, back, head, buttocks, groin, or even your entire body may feel shaky or like they are trembling, shaking or vibrating.It feels as thought your entire body is trembling.You feel like your body is shaking, trembling, or vibrating for no apparent reason.Your body feels jittery.Even though you aren’t anxious or stressed, your body is trembling and shaking.It feels like your body vibrating.Some people describe this symptom as body tremors.After a nap or when waking up from sleep, your body feels like it is trembling, shaking, and vibrating.Tremors, trembling, shaking or vibrating might be visible or not visible.
What causes the body trembling anxiety symptoms?

Behaving anxiously activates the stress response, which immediately causes specific physiological, psychological, and emotional changes that enhance the body's ability to deal with a threat - to either fight with or flee from it - which is the reason the stress response is often referred to as the fight or flight response.

Part of the stress response changes include tightening the body’s muscles so that they are more resilient to damage and stimulating the nervous system so that our senses are amplified and reactions quicker. Both of these changes can cause the body to tremble while a stress response is active.

When these responses occur infrequently, the body can recover relatively quickly from the physiological, psychological, and emotional changes the stress response brings about. When stress responses occur too frequently and/or dramatically, however, the body has a more difficult time recovering, which can result in the body remaining in a semi emergency-readiness state, which we call stress-response hyperstimulation. A body that becomes stress-response hyperstimulated can exhibit similar sensations and symptoms to that of an active stress response. But there is a difference. The body can exhibit sensations and symptoms involuntarily meaning at any time, making it seem as if they are occurring ‘out of the blue’ and without reason.

These involuntary sensations and symptoms can occur at any time. As long as the body is hyperstimulated, it can exhibit sensations and symptoms of any type, intensity, duration, frequency, and at any time. Experiencing body tremors, trembling, and shaking symptoms is a common symptom of both an active stress response and stress-response hyperstimulation.

Just as too much caffeine can cause jitteriness and trembling because caffeine is a stimulant, so can stress and stress-response hyperstimulation, since stress hormones are stimulants. Some people say that they have a ‘case of the nerves’ because they are shaking so much.

Body tremors symptoms also can be aggravated by a lack of sleep. Sleep deprivation can have an adverse effect on the body’s nervous system and cause the body to produce more stress hormones when tired. The combination of a taxed and overly stimulated nervous system can cause nervous system-related problems, including damaging the body’s muscles. Trembling, shaking, and vibrating commonly occur due to a lack of sleep. Many people who are sleep deprived experience this symptom until their sleep debt is caught up.


I hope this helps, take a nap daily, sleep early and don't take stress

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thanku :)

1 year ago

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its just getting worse day by day

1 year ago