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... I'm extremely fit and healthy. I have also quit drinking for dry Jan and used to just binge, once a week on the weekend. My room is completely dark with my black out blind. ... (0 replies)
... Well yea there have been a few dreams I could of stayed in forever. ... (2 replies)
... hough i was being shocked or attacked violently. i tried to wake up but i could not. I was paralyzed and trapped in this state. Next, it would seem like i was out of my body, floating around the room. I even went and looked in the mirror one night. ... (2 replies)

... I've had this on and off for years. I've been on clonazepam for the last couple of years and it had worked but it seems to be back with a bang again and I keep saying and doing stuff to my husband that I dont mean (2 replies)
... I am having a really hard time coming out of sleep because i am having such great dreams that i want to finish! ... (2 replies)
... Hi, I was finally 'diagnosed' with REM Sleep Behaviour Disorder after two years of hell. Whilst asleep, I have punched and kicked walls and my other half, I have bitten him, scratched him, woken up screaming, clawing the walls also suffered night terrors where I felt like I couldn't breathe and was completely paralysed. I also found it impossible to wake up - I would... (2 replies)
... ur muscles are "turned off" during REM sleep since you dream while consolidating your memory and your body is programmed to protect itself from "acting out" your dreams when you're asleep. The only muscles that remain active are the ones necessary for breathing. ... (10 replies)
Adult sleepwalking
Nov 11, 2009
... Like acting out vivid dream? ... (2 replies)
... enzymes that are released during REM sleep to prevent you from acting out your dreams. Normally, the effect of these wear off before you awaken. ... (1 replies)
Dream miseries...
Dec 31, 2005
... Its not that I have any more bad dreams than anyone else. It's just that when I wake from a dream it takes several moments for the dream to go away. ... (0 replies)
... happens more often during afternoon naps although it can happen any time we try to go to sleep. When we sleep, our body is paralyzed. That's to protect us from acting out our dreams. Sometimes the body goes to sleep before the brain does. You may hear a buzzing or electrical sound in your head. ... (6 replies)
... or I'd wake up the next morning to my parents saying that I was screaming in my sleep. Sometimes I would actually sleepwalk, but usually just sat up and acted out my dreams. My mom would tell me that I looked completely awake, but was acting out my nightmares. I too would wake up tired, feeling unrested. ... (6 replies)
... acting out the dreams is a symptom of "REM Behavior disorder" (6 replies)
... it, few, where someone has committed a crime, even murder in their sleep. Much of this was a dream that the person was unknowingly acting out. The reason for the paralysis is to protect you from acting out your dreams. ... (12 replies)
... p patterns are skewered and will happen randomly. The paralysis has it's place and usually takes place during REM sleep to paralize the person, so they don't act out their dreams. For people lacking this during REM, you here of some extremes where they have killed someone because they are acting out their dreams. ... (12 replies)
... st know that during REM sleep as oppossed to nonREM sleep your brain generates a lot of sensory information and also cuts off motor responses to prevent you from acting out your dreams. ... (12 replies)
... to prevent acting out your dreams.I read this a while back but am not sure. ... (3 replies)
... ain takes over during sleep, allowing us to enter rem sleep, which is the dream state of sleep, we become unconcious, this is done by the body to prevent us from acting out our dreams and possibly hurting ourselves. ... (18 replies)
... ristmas I developed a strange laryngitis that I think was related to my GERD. It cleared on its own. Then around New Years, my throat began closing when coming out of deep sleep, a very relaxed state while I was on my back. I started to go into a quiet snore and then realized what was happening. ... (2 replies)
... Fantasies and oddball dreams are normal, and their nature is not fully understood. I once dreamed about strangling my math prof with an integral sign. ... (2 replies)

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