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Old 10-16-2018, 07:34 AM   #31
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Then I moved to my recliner to solve several problems and now I wake in exactly the same position as when I fell asleep. And it is great sleep really refreshed.
I have been sleeping in a motorized recliner for a few years now. What a difference!!! I still change positions throughout the night. It's still a vast improvement.
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you're lucky to be here to talk about it. Scary stuff.

Yes, what's occurred to me in this thread is why in the world did we sleep out on the ground in the Sierra? No tents. At least 7x. Only cougars, wildcats, bears, foxes, snakes, wolverines & those dreaded squirrels +++ were watching us. If anyone had a gun, I didn't know it.
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The Ms. does not snore or choke in her sleep, which is the first indicator of sleep apnea. . .
I guess what prompted my OP here, is my wife being 75 now and having emphysema she is telling me what her dreams mean to her. She told me that when people start dreaming about talking with their passed loved ones in their repeating dreams, that person will be with them soon. Her words hit me hard.

Ok, I've thought about this, a lot, and at the risk of making you mad....please tell her doctor about the dreams. Not an office nurse who is not a nurse, nowadays. Real nurses are licensed. There are many physical reasons that she could dream like this. You said, if I remember correctly, that you don't sleep in the same room. There is Central Apnea as well as Sleep Apnea, arrhythmias (ask Senior) changes in blood gases, & blood electrolytes, to name a few.


You mention her a lot which is a tribute to your caring.
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Old 10-16-2018, 11:57 PM   #34
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When I was six I used to dream of falling and would wake up just before hitting the ground.

I think you should before you hear this, I was a little worse then most boys my age.

My Dad was very strict, and when he said it was bedtime, it was bedtime.

I fell asleep and was dreaming of falling. Only this time I really was.

I fell right onto the floor.

I couldn't hardly breath and hurt my side.

Then Dad walked in and whipped my ass for playing around.

Forgot.

I've never had that dream again.

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From an interesting article on dreaming:



I don't know if anyone else here has experienced "sleep paralysis" (I've had about ten episodes of it in my lifetime). The only way I can describe it is that it feels like you are in the presence of the demonic. Really, really frightening.

http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/next/bo...eep-paralysis/


https://www.theatlantic.com/health/a...alysis/484490/






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Interesting mention about the "sleep paralysis" CP,


I have had only one episode of such a thing when I was in my 20's but it was only a "light" case of it. . I just thought I was in a dream/awake state. I thought I was awake at least, but my body was stiff and I felt like I had no muscle control. I really did not know what to think of it. I just figured I had eaten to many Hostess "Ding Dongs" before I went to bed.
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I thought I was awake at least, but my body was stiff and I felt like I had no muscle control
The older I get the more mornings I have like that .... only it has nothing to do with dreaming or not being fully awake
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The older I get the more mornings I have like that .... only it has nothing to do with dreaming or not being fully awake

That's not a muscle!
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True, but pinched nerves can make it next to impossible to move muscles.
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