Whole Lot of Shaking Going On. But only right before bed. And not in the fun way.
November 26, 2007 2:29 PM Subscribe
So, sometimes, right before I fall asleep, when I'm laying down in my bed, I'll feel like there's an earthquake. Not a big one. But SOMETHING. What's going on?
posted by rileyray3000 to Health & Fitness (23 answers total) 2 users marked this as a favorite
Now I live in California. So I checked the USGS and there's, they say, no more activity than usual.
The shaking happens infrequently. Like 5 times a year. MAYBE. But still, it's a little unsettling. It's like little shaking and a little rocking. And, according to girls that have been in my bed at the time, I'm the only one who can feel it.
Maybe I'm just sensitive to earthquakes. Or maybe this is my version of the falling sensation right before you fall asleep. But I'd love to know if there's any medical info on this. Maybe it's a syndrome. Like "Beddy Bye Shake and Bake" or something. So am I the earth sensitive guy from Phenomenon, is it something serious or is this something unusual but harmless like "photoelectric sneeze response" ?