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False awakenings - May 2nd 2010, 05:22 AM

I have false awakenings sometimes and they terrify me quite a lot.
Also, I had a semi-lucid dream last night (I knew I was dreaming but I couldn't control it) and it was so scary and now I am scared to sleep.
Help please. What is wrong with me?
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Re: False awakenings - May 2nd 2010, 05:40 AM

False-awakenings happen to me all the time, I wake up and I'm completely disoriented because I think it actually happened. They dont really terrify me though; I'm more like "Huh, that was strange" and then I shrug it off. There's definitely nothing wrong with you, though, it can happen to anyone

Maybe sleeping meds would help, but I'm not sure. If they really bother you, though, maybe you can try them.


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Re: False awakenings - May 2nd 2010, 05:42 AM

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False-awakenings happen to me all the time, I wake up and I'm completely disoriented because I think it actually happened. They dont really terrify me though; I'm more like "Huh, that was strange" and then I shrug it off. There's definitely nothing wrong with you, though, it can happen to anyone

Maybe sleeping meds would help, but I'm not sure. If they really bother you, though, maybe you can try them.
Sleeping meds are addictive but doesn't it frustrate you when they happen multiple times?
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Re: False awakenings - May 2nd 2010, 06:11 PM

I have had these a lot, lucid nightmares, dreams that I woke up but im really still asleep, and dreams where I know I'm sleeping but I can't open my eyes or I am paralized. Usually, atleast for me, I have these when I'm under a lot of stress or if I feel somewhere in my life that I'm out of control or afraid. Also thinking about them and fearing them in the waking hourse tend to amke them happen. I would say to maybe think about your life and try to figure out where these dreams could be stemming from, and try to eliminate the negative feelings. Try to relax about things. My faith helps me a lot in this.


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Re: False awakenings - May 3rd 2010, 03:19 AM

Okay thanks! I was praying to God for hours and hours last night and it finally helped.
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Re: False awakenings - May 4th 2010, 11:53 PM

That actually sounds rather exciting. I wish I had lucid dreams! Or at least remembered any of my dreams...


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