REM Sleep Behavior Disorder - Causes

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Published: September 01

I’m not diagnosed yet but I’ve had trouble sleeping for years. This sounds a lot like me, just more severe. I sometimes wake up with scratches that I didn’t go to bed with. If someone is next to me, they sometimes will tell me, that I kept moving and jumping a bit..

Published: August 24

I had sleep study 2 weeks ago it confirmed no REM sleep even though I take 1.5 to 2 mg Klonopin a night (for about the last 10 years). I am so very tired all the time, thought my depression was getting worse so Dr increased my prozac and added then increased wellbutrin. See the neurologist next month, hope I can just take higher dose of Klonopin and get back to sleeping and no more violent nightmares; most doctors I see do not want to prescribe Klonopin at all!.