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Well, I'm not doing it right. I've always had difficulty getting comfortable in bed in the neck/head area, so pretty much every night I embed my arms under the pillow to prop it up a bit for my weary knackered old head.
It used to be occasional, but now pretty much every night I wake up with at least one paralysed arm. (Paralysed, not parallelised those who are immediately thinking of contention and deadlock). [Replace 's' with 'z' for dialects using compromised version of language]
Of course it passes in a minute or so when the blood returns, but it's weird picking up a heavy limp arm with the hand of the other. Get it wrong and it slaps you in the face.
So, is this common? Anyone else get this?
And crucially, where do you place you arms in readiness for overnight batch processing?