Why Do I Jump in My Sleep?


Jumping while asleep is a medical condition called sleep myoclonus. While you are asleep, your muscles involuntarily contract and relax and this results in the jumping. If the case is severe, you should seen a general physician for prescription of medication.
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Why Do I Jump in My Sleep?
When a person jumps in their sleep, these movements are called myoclonic twitches, and it's theorized that these are caused by a body that relaxes too quickly or a brain that is aware of becoming unconscious. Discover why myoclonic twitches aren't a... More »
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