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billieprox asked:

16 Feb 2011

weird activities while sleeping?

well for years now i'll half-wake up once in a while and my right arm will be straight in the air and i'll be tapping it or scratching it with my left hand. and that's weird but i'm used to it. however last night i was half awake i tied the end of my blanket in a knot and then fell back to sleep!

does this mean anything? just wondering because its very strange



firefox_12 says:

Posted on 17 Feb 2011

That's unusual, but not a bad thing. Just some weird link between your conscious and subconscious. No one's figured out the whole sleeping thing yet, why you can't survive without dreaming, and maybe we never will.
I used to shout in my sleep about things totally unrelated to my dreams or anything that had happened that day. I still talk and twist the blankets, and I still walk in my sleep. It's kind of like how a lot of people grind their teeth.


tonibaloni97 says:

Posted on 17 Feb 2011

idk if it means anything, but i think everyone has something weird that they do while they sleep. personally, I like to have one foot out of the blankets when i sleep. according to my parents, i've been like that that since I've been a baby. don't worry about your sleeping patterns. I doubt it's a big deal

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