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    I thought this was universal and it happens to me all the time, but it's been brought to my attention that it may be odd.

    Do you ever find that you sometimes wake up from a deep sleep and your body is still in sleep mode? Like your limbs are heavy and so comfortable that you almost can't feel them?
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    Sleep paralysis I guess. Slowly try to move starting with your toes.
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    i get that, i have the urge to turn around but just can't move.
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    Yes, not anymore though. You're awake and you want to move your body but you can't, you try and you stay but eventually do wake up.
    It wasn't a nice feeling at all.
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    (Original post by The_JoKeR)
    Sleep paralysis I guess. Slowly try to move starting with your toes.
    I can move if I want to, its just like my body is so comfortable that it's still asleep?
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    (Original post by Jennie1987)
    I thought this was universal and it happens to me all the time, but it's been brought to my attention that it may be odd.

    Do you ever find that you sometimes wake up from a deep sleep and your body is still in sleep mode? Like your limbs are heavy and so comfortable that you almost can't feel them?
    I think I had a similar experience once or twice, but was not sure if it was real or dream. It was scary
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    (Original post by Jennie1987)
    I can move if I want to, its just like my body is so comfortable that it's still asleep?
    I totally get that in the winter

    so comfy and cosy

    a great feeling
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    (Original post by ZiggyStarDust_)
    I totally get that in the winter

    so comfy and cosy

    a great feeling
    Exactly! I love the snuggliness of it too..as long as I don't have to get out of bed for a while :grin:
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    It's due to the fact your head became lower than the rest of your body at one point, which caused your blood to rush to your brain.
    Well that's the ******** reason i made up.

    I have not gotten it in years, idk why. You feel like you accomplished something after you escape from it, well i do.
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    (Original post by M14B)
    I think I had a similar experience once or twice, but was not sure if it was real or dream. It was scary
    If it was scary it may be sleep paralysis / if there was more to it sleep terrors. I've had sleep terrors that were scary, very different.
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    Yes, when it's cold and you can snuggle to the blanket
 
 
 
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