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Feeling Sluggish in Dream State


Yesterday I came home from school and was kind of tired. So I took a nap on the couch. I had to be at a friend's house by six so I needed to get up at 5:30 to drive there. I fell asleep, but I kept waking up every five minutes or so to glance at the clock. I kept checking on the clock and found out that the more I tried to go to sleep, the more exhausted I felt. It felt like a doctor was giving me sleeping gas, enough to feel extremely sluggish but not enough to actually put me to sleep.

I woke up again and checked the clock, it was 4:20 and then I looked up, there were plastic bubbles and orange tulips floating around the house. At this point, I knew I was dreaming so I told myself that I hated dreams like this and forced myself to wake up. I closed my eyes and opened them again. Everything was fine. I got up and walked over to the fridge and grabbed one of the three sodas that were left. I went back over to the couch and put the soda on the table. I looked at the clock and it was 4:23. Suddenly, from upstairs, I heard my cell phone ring. I got up again feeling really, really tired and ran upstairs. It was my sister. After I had talked to her, I went back downstairs and out of nowhere I really wanted my soda. I went over to the couch and looked at the table. There was no soda, confused, I went around the family room and the kitchen looking for it.

After a minute I gave up and went to get another one, when I looked in the fridge there were three sodas indeed of two. I blinked and looked over at the clock, it was 4:23... I am really confused, help please?

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nora (guest)
13 years ago (2008-02-11)
with me its weired I feel like my brain was counting the time, countless time I remmember taking a nap and telling my self I had to wake up at a certin time and for e.g say its 5:oo pm and I tell myself I have to wake up at exactly 6:45 pm and I do its really strange, does that happen to anyone else
Isis (guest)
13 years ago (2007-10-22)
Could it be that one of the times when you thought you were waking up was really just a false awakening? When I go to sleep knowing that I have to make an appointment or go to the bathroom for instance, I dream that I getting up and getting ready or that I am going to the bathroom, false- awakenings can be especially realistic and convincing. Usually these dreams are cause by my anxiety not to be late or piss myself.
(thewalkingguest: I thought 5150 is the police code for a person who is mentally/emotionally disturbed who may be a danger to their self or others, although the term could surely apply to someone who suffers from manic-depression and schizophrenia, but that doesn't necessarily mean that all "5150"s suffer from manic-depression and schizophrenia. So I believe you are mistaken, unless you truely are a disturbed person who is potentially dangerous to yourself and others. Of course some people who experience manic-depression and schizophrenia are potentially dangerous, but it would be wrong to assume that all of them are.)
Katie (guest)
13 years ago (2007-09-19)
That's a bit strange maybe time was just going slow because you were excited or something. I have days which are repeated and that nothing about time though.
Thewalkingsleep (guest)
14 years ago (2007-07-09)
yeah, it seems to happen to me when I am, depressed, I am a 5150, which means I have manic depression, scitzofrania, apon other mental illnesess. I was wondering exsacly what this could be... Somtimes I feel as though I am just watching the day go by, but I am still doing things, it is very confusing.
aramasamara (22 stories) (577 posts)
14 years ago (2007-06-19)
I agree with Martin haha and it sucks, also other things around you can make you tired, be aware of what triggers it.
Martin (128 posts) mod
14 years ago (2007-04-17)
I have read on (site from our resident writer, Anne V.) that when your astral body separate from your physical body when you have barely fallen asleep (or in the morning, when you're in and out of it, especially when you sleep in), if you stay too close to the etheric environment of your physical body, you can go through this sluggish feelings and have vivid dreams like if you were just awake and walking around the immediate surroundings. I think that's what happened to you.

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