Why can't I move or make any sounds when I am half asleep and half dreaming?
I am a doctor. This is something called sleep paralysis---an extension of what normally happens during sleep to protect you from hurting yourself. Much as some people have a release of this effect (like with sleep walking), some have an extension of it into the period when they are waking up. Not dangerous, but scary. Sometimes it can be treated, ironically enough, with meds that make your sleep very deep in general, but not really necessary. Mention to your doc as it can sometimes accompany other more serious sleep disorders.
What does it mean when you fall asleep and hear voices and the voices wake you from your sleep...I dont know what the voices say...I just hear them then I wake?
You are always dreaming, up to 10 times atone night. but half of your brain is turned of when you sleep, so it is hard to remember. it is two faces of sleeping: 1. you are not dreaming, your brain is tottaly fine, nothing is turned off. 2. you are dreaming, half of your brain are turned off, it is harder to wake up, by an alarm or any kind of sound.
An airline passenger fell asleep halfway to her destinationwhen she awoke the distance remaining was half the distance traveled while she slept How much of the entire trip was she asleep?
It means that you are unable to stay asleep for a long period of time. You may be able to sleep for 10 minutes then wake up again and stay awake for i dunno half an hour...then fall asleep for another 10 mins. I think you can see where this is going. We call this insomina...where you are unable to go to sleep.
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