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Dreaming too much
Apr 25, 2007
... Basically, because dreaming is hard work. ... (1 replies)
Dreaming too much
Feb 20, 2007
... or at least, most of the time.. ... (1 replies)
... When I try to sleep at night I get jolted awake by electric shock sensations. My arms and legs start twitching when I am about to drift off to sleep. ... (1 replies)

Too much dreaming
Mar 26, 2012
... My age is 29.I have been dreaming all the night and waking up tired in the morning. This started happening from past 3years . Had weight gain about 10kgs. ... (2 replies)
... hours, and non restorative sleep are symptoms of a sleep disorder, I would first look at the side effects of any medication you are taking or have taken recently. ... (3 replies)
Dreaming too much
Feb 21, 2007
... I know what you are talking about I have the same thing happen to me when i sleep. I have very lucid dreams and I dont remember a night where I dont have dreams...I also wake up still in the dream at times and not knowing if it really happend or if it was a dream....until I fully wake up.... ... (1 replies)
... Sometimes I remember the dreams and my actions very detailed, sometimes I just remembered I had a "bad night". I don't know if this is night terrors, caused by my overactive imagination or if this all because hypnagogia. I'm not stressed out, I have no anxiety. I think it is genetic? ... (1 replies)
... I can fall asleep at night at the drop of a hat. Usually earlier than I'd like too. That's no problem. But I have problems staying asleep. ... (3 replies)
... This has only happened to me 4 times in the past 3.5 years but scares me enough that I can remember each time it has happened. Last night I had a dream where I went to the kitchen and grabbed a large pot and filled it with water. ... (2 replies)
... brain waves at the same time as the deep sleep delta waves making it physically impossible for you to get rested. ... (15 replies)
... You've done lots of lucid dreaming,You'd think the vibrations shouldn't scare you too much at this point. Think you'll try it again? ... (40 replies)
... able to describe these shocks or whatever they are. I have had insomnia for 16 years. Started in high school and got worse. To varying degrees it got worse. At first it was the falling thing. Then it was the shocking thing. Then, that's another story... ... (78 replies)
... this happens to you...I have had the same exact thing happen to me for nearly 5 years. It's not all the time and it's usually when I'm stressed or when I've had too much to drink the night before. ... (10 replies)
... tramatized, etc. But I like the dreaming for the most part. I'm a lucid dreamer so dreaming is fun. ... (5 replies)
... I feel that I am dreaming way too much sometimes. Dreams take place in the REM stage of sleep, which is a 'light sleep'. ... (4 replies)
... I'm not a Dr. but I believe your twitch is a delerium tremens or twiches which I have had a lot of in my time. Sleep deprivation was a major root cause to my twitches, anxiety, depression. I could statistically plot the correlation. Trust me, sleep is more important and often overlooked as a problem. I had sleep apnea and got treated, life is better. Do you ever twitch... (3 replies)
... well I saw the neurologist again yesterday, told him about the sleep jerking thing. I told him that I've had it pretty much as long as I can remember, but now wanted to make sure it's nothing more than anxiety or whatever. ... (21 replies)
... I have not found a solution yet, so the only thing I can do is sleep much more. ... (4 replies)
Sleep questions
Jun 8, 2011
... I began taking the Trazadone about 8 years ago, when I was battling seriously high blood pressure, which has a great effect on sleep. At first, I was taking a very high dosage, of 300 mg per night. ... (2 replies)
... ou how to put your mask on. The machine will be preset to the pressure determined by your Dr. Do not try to change it. It may be a little hard getting used to it at first but you will be glad you did. You will start to feel like a new person. You will be catching up on the sleep you have been deprived of for so long. ... (5 replies)

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