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      Ally
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      Has Parkinson’s affected your sleep? Do you experience night terrors or wake up to find out from your partner that you were ‘acting out’ your dreams in bed? Has this ever caused you or your partner harm?

      That’s the subject of a recent column by Mary Beth Skylis, which you can listen to as a flash briefing here.

      If this is something you have personal experience with, I’d love to hear from you.

    • #22947
      Don Harris
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      REM behavior disorder (RBD)was one of my first clues that I have PD.

      Whilst my wife is still game to share a bed with me she does so at some risk as I sometimes lash out (mainly hitting attacking animals in my dreams). Keeping as far away on the opposite side of the bed helps mitigate the risk but means I am liable to roll over onto the floor!
      PD has a lot to answer for.

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