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I don't want to Frighten you but this "Thing" could still be in your house!
RESTLESS LEG SYNDROME
Restless legs syndrome is a "creepy, crawly" feeling in the legs when they are still, especially at bedtime. Stretching or moving the legs temporarily relieves these feelings. The constant need to stretch or move the legs to rid of the uncomfortable sensations often prevents the person from falling asleep resulting in daytime sleepiness.
5 to 10% of people experience the pain of RLS at some point in their lives. RLS can occur at any age but is more common in the elderly. Approximately 30% of RLS cases have a hereditary case.
- An urge to move the legs, often accompanied by uncomfortable sensations in the legs
- Worsening of the discomfort when lying down or during other forms of inactivity
- Experiencing the most discomfort at night and late in the day
PERIODIC LIMB MOVEMENT DISORDER
Periodic Limb Movement disorder (PLMD) refers to involuntary movements of the legs and arm during sleep. These movements cause arousals and sleep disturbances. PLMD are observed mostly in people over 50 years of age and are rare in people younger than 30. PLMD are more common in people who have kidney disease or narcolepsy. Individuals with PLMD may also experience Restless Legs Syndrome (RLS).
- Repetitive movements, most typically in the lower limbs, that occur every 20-40 seconds
- Brief muscle twitches, jerking movements or an upward flexing of the feet during sleep
Originally posted by fiftyfifty
I was woken last night by something on my bed about 3feet in length/height and i felt its body against my leg. The instant i woke i started repeating the 'F' word, i was terrified and sort of edged upwards towards the head of my bed and within seconds it sort of slithered off the end or my bed and went underneath. I layed there for about a minute absolutely terrified and after seeing or hearing nothing else i jumped out of bed and put the light on. I dont know what it looked like, i just saw a shadow and it wasnt cold but not as warm as my body temperature at the time.
It definitely wasnt a snake because i would have found it under the bed afterwards. plus there generally arent snakes in the midlands of England, especially not in my area lol.
I forgot to mention that it wasnt snakelike, it was quite big about proportional to the size of a child.
There was nothing under my bed when i looked. except piles of junk which are always there
Originally posted by dave_54
What you felt was the phallus of an incubus. You awoke and stopped him just in time.
What did you do after going to the bathroom? This may help explain the entire thing.
How do you know it wasn't a snake? You said it slithered and you had know idea what it looked like. Also, because there was nothing found under your bed means it wasn't a snake?
Well you didn't find anything under your bed except junk. Junk that wasn't disturbed by the creature the size of a 3 foot child. Only one explanation exists. It was your imagination. Case solved.