Cluster attacks followed by sleep attacks.


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Posted by Hal (206.15.147.20) on September 02, 1999 at 18:55:58:

In Reply to: weird sleepiness posted by David Mc on September 02, 1999 at 12:20:54:

In general, my cluster attacks come out of nowhere and end out on nowhere. That is, thereís no warning of either the bginning or of the end. At 11:30 p.m., Iím suddenly awakened by the usual indescribable agony. At 6:55 a.m., the attack quits, just like that. Then I feel very, very good and, sometimes, very, very sleepy. If Iím not sleepy, I generally feel so good that I can put in a normal dayís work, despite the lack of sleep. If Iím sleepy, Iím lucky if I can make it back to bed - my thing is to sit on the edge of my chair and rock, groan, etc. - before passing out. But, Iíve never worried about this. I just consider it to be one of those cluster things. And Iíve had cluster attacks for 43 years.


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