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    Why is it that if I kip during the day, I seem to sweat a lot and wake up feeling extremely thirsty, basically dehydrating quite fast and therefore waking up rather groggy, when nothing like this happens at night-time? And it's not as though my body didn't need the couple of hours I've just slept, I woke up at half 6 having fallen asleep at 2. :p:
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    i've often wondered about that. the sweating thing is weird.
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    that is bad, maybe you should see a doctor, or maybe when you feel sleepy you should engage in an actvity that takes your mind of sleep.
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    Could be the type of sleep your having. REM sleep (when you're paralysed and your eyes flicker) has a higher probability of dreaming, if its a particulary exciting dream your heart rate goes up, might sweat etc. REM sleeps goes in cycles, so it could be when you have your kip, your body clock is at a particular point.
    Could be something entirely different.
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    I have the same issue, im trying my best to stay awake now! Many people say its a lack of excercise, but i go to the gym 4 times a week...
 
 
 
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