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Have you ever injured yourself sleeping?
The only odd sleeping-related mishap I made is waking up in the morning and realizing that I have contorted myself into a painful position during sleep, and spending the morning with terrible aches and sores.
The only injury I can think of is every now and again I’ll wake up only to move my legs too quickly and get a sharp pain shooting down my calf. Only in two instances I’ve actually pulled the calf muscle. My husband tends to twitch as he’s falling asleep. The other night he actually twitched violently enough to smack me in the face as I slept! I turned away from him the rest of the night.
I usually wake up with a dead arm from having it under the pillow for warmth while I sleep, or a sore neck. Once when I was a kid, I woke up half-choked by the sheets – they’d tangled around me while I’d moved around in my sleep. The worst one was when I fell out of bed and concussed myself – we had linoleum-over-concrete floors.
I’m also told that I kick a lot during my sleep.
@-2 Must have been it, though I wasn’t even itchy until my dad insisted that I apply aloe to it. I also take showers in the morning more often than not. It was a waste of my 8th grade spring break.
Once during an exam that’s quite like your SATs (only we have one for each college) I remember I slept on my right arm about an hour into it.
The desk was about the same color as necrosis skin.
Boy, didn’t I freak out when I woke up eyes closed, sensed that numbing sensation, opened my eyes and saw the desk thinking it was my arm.
I failed that exam btw
I tend to sleep on my stomach with my hands under my pillow. Occasionally, both my arms go to sleep and I have to flop around like a fish to get onto my back so that I can wake them back up.
I once fell asleep in my drama class. The way the class is set up is there’s a series od risors going up yhe entire room. Essentially it’s a staircase with three foot long stairs.
Anyway I fell asleep with my neck resting on the edge of a risor. About fifteen minutes later I wake up to find my entire body is asleep, from head to toes. First time it’s happened, only time it’s happened. I could barely move for five minutes.
Am I the first to notice that there’s four hands there?
Love the comic chris! this is my first time commenting(though i plan on commenting on the later ones).
Once I was having a nightmare and knocked my glass of water off the table and onto the switch for the electric blanket which was one. Lucky the sound of the glass smashing woke me up and I literally flew out of the bed before any damage could be done.
I have, on two occasions, done SOMETHING to my foot in my sleep. Whatever it is, it’s serious enough that I have to take medication and get about on crutches (the last time for a week or so). X-rays show nothing. Doctors have no clue. Whatever it is, and however it happens, it’s just not worth doing.
As cor parts of me waking up asleep; sometimes, half of my FACE will be numb. Something to do with sleeping face-down, I’m guessing.
Woke up with my leg asleep once. Made friends with the floor that morning, so it wasn’t ALL bad.
I have once, in tht sort of half asleep state it’s possible to go into, dreamed/imagined that I was walking down a bit of road outside my old school, and a football (soccer ball) rolled past me. I went to kick it, and my leg twitched, waking me up so I still needed to go to sleep. Stupid leg.
Yep, I broke my ear this month by lying on it the wrong way. Hurt like hell for two weeks, was swollen, too.
I love dreaming about swimming, because it’s always effortless and I can breathe underwater. Flying dreams are the best, but swimming dreams are fun too.
Or how about waking up thingking that you’ve lost your arm, and that’s its dismembered remians your lying on.
Happened to me a couple of times
Once, in a dream, I got punched by Jackie Chan. I woke up and found myself landing on the floor, a few feet away from my bed.
The first time my arm fell asleep while I was sleeping scared me. I woke up and realized I couldn’t find my arm, when I finally found it was still attached I began to wonder if I’d somehow broken it in my sleep and my brain had just shut off pain receptors.
this didn’t happen to me personally (thank god), but a friend of mine accidentally rolled off the top bunk and hit his “happy place” on an action figure. so glad i’ve never done that
hows about waking up to see a giant spider!!!
thats never happened to me (*luckily*)
but i HAVE opened my eyes to see my sisters face staring at me, and i jumped so high i almost hit the roof. i might have screamed, but i can’t remember.
I sleep with my bed in a corner. I have a wall behind my head and to my left. To the right there’s a table and a small area between my bed and my table where I often leave books and stuff. I always sleep at the far end of my pillows. When I turn around quickly I often smack my face in the wall next to my bed. Many times have I fallen out of bed and woken up on the floor, or even crumbled up in that space between the bed and the table with books poking at my ribs.
Whenever I sleep with my arms above my head they go numb. The most terrifying moment was one time when I woke up with a hand covering my face. I don’t scream when I’m scared. I’m very quiet, but react with spasms or “fear paroxysms” as my friend likes to call it. I often attack stuff. Surprise me and I’ll either shake like a lunatic, throw something at you or punch you in the face.
So when I suddenly woke up with a hand covering my face, I tried to hit it with my other hand. Nothing happened. Finally I realized both my arms were asleep. One on top of my face, and the other one was buried in my back.
I suffer from Old Hag Syndrome, too. So I’ll wake up in the middle of the night, unable to move or breathe or make a sound. And I’m terrified of some evil presence in the room. I don’t hurt myself during the attack, but once it’s over I’m still very scared. So I try to hide in the corner of my bed, and that often ends up with me falling asleep and hurting myself in some really weird way. When I fall asleep scared like that, I often try to gnaw my arms off.
there were times when i was younger when i would sleep on an arm and it would fall asleep. then when i woke up i realized there was a hand by my face but-OMG ITS NOT MINE I CAN’T FEEL IT WHAT IS GOING ON?!- then i would try to push my self away and fall on my face cause my deadened asleep arm wouldn’t be able to hold my weight then it would hurt like no other while the blood returned.
I once slept just right to paralyze my left arm. I reached for my phone, only to clumsily jerk for it with deadened fingers.
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