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Shirt around neck while sleeping

Last night I was sleeping with a V-neck t-shirt on, quite normal that I wear often in rotation with other shirts to sleep in. I couldn't sleep well last night, and was rolling around a lot (tossing and turning over and over again). I believe I was laying in such a way that the shirt was getting stretched under me, causing the neck line of the shirt to rub closely/tightly against my neck. I recall waking up several times to fix my shirt and straighten it out, and pull it down forcefully as it was so tight on me. The shirt was actually loose/bagy, but it kept getting tucked under me and causing it to pull the side of my neck.

Long story short, I woke up this morning with a red mark on my neck and I can feel it a tad, and was very very dizzy when I first woke up. The whole bathroom was spinning when I first walked in. I've been a little "off" all day, due to lack of sleep, but feel light headed all day.

What happened? Did I cause any long term damage? I'm going to only sleep in tank tops moving forward, as it seems like any type of shirt seems to get too bunched up and pull on my neck.

Are there any manual tests I can do to ensure I'm ok?

Thanks, I know it's an odd question, but that's why I'm asking. Doesn't seem common?
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replied November 5th, 2017
There is no need to get any tests, as long as a proper physical examination of your neck and chest by a doctor is normal.

Consult your doctor for a proper advice.


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