... I don't know of a scientific explanation, but a guess might be it's the reaction of an "awake" brain to the body falling asleep. ... (1 replies)
... vents one a month or a few times a year are often just your mind waking before your body and thus you have that dissociation and inability to move. Your mind is jumping ahead and your body has to catch up. ... (2 replies)
... About two days after that I was driving home from campus and I had a baby panic attack when the guy in front of me slammed on brakes and I had to as we'll. anyways, when my heart jumped, basically everything tingled and went numb. So, my arms and legs. ... (0 replies)
... I've noticed often that I have a hard time trying to get to sleep (can't stop thinking, tiny noises bothering me etc), and staying asleep (tiny things wake me up and keep me up). Over the past week, it has been worse than usual.
My usual bedtime: 9-10pm - 6am
Sunday/Monday: did not fall asleep until 3am
Monday/Tuesday: slept 9 hours (VERY good for me!!)
Tues/Wed:... (6 replies)
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