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I constantly have bad dreams at night and often wake up at night sweating from the effects of the dreams. I sometimes move around and even try throwing things in my sleep. What doctor should I see?
Sleep is an active state that happens as rem and non-rem.
In rem sleep most of your brain functions are happening as usual and you can have emotions and percieve things i... However your input and output systems from cortex are disconnected. .. That's why with activation of different systems of memory, emotion etc you develop experiences that are all internal called dream. ...Read more
Very often: Most people with relatively normal sleep will dream almost every night. That said, they may not remember that they had dreams since the dreams may occur earlier in the night and not just before waking, which is when we typically remember dreams. Dreaming occurs mainly in rem sleep. ...Read more
Not always: Good sleep requires a variety "stages", seen on EEG; during one, we dream, tho we might forget by morning. Bad sleep disrupted by pain, drugs, snoring, etc. Is "non-restorative", but could still dream. Antihistamines (diphenhydramine) or alcohol, though causing grogginess, intereferes w/ sleep cycles = bad sleep. Problems? See provider for better medication, sleep study. See sleep specialist. ...Read more
Is this a chronic: Issue? Are you going through stressful times or have you experienced significant traumas in your life? If so, seeking out assistance with a good psychiatrist or psychologist may you to explore and work through this. Take care. ...Read more
Probably not: You have dreams like everyone else--you just don't remember them. Not everyone remembers their dreams. Nothing to be concerned about. ...Read more
Feeling refreshed?: I don't think there is such a research study to show which one is better. I believe that if you feel refreshed upon waking up, that suggests you just had a good sleep regardless of no dream, little dream, or lots of dreams. My guess is a little dream is common and thus normal part of being human. Eat well, exercise regularly. Of course, good sleep is good medicine. See doc regularly. Good luck. ...Read more
All phases: You can dream in all four sleep stages. ...Read more
Yes: Almost all antidepressant suppress rem sleep with the exception of 3. Rem is the stage of sleep where dreaming occurs. It's also the stage of sleep we get the most refreshing and restorative sleep. First you should discuss this with your doctor and make sure the night terrors are not side effects of other medications you're already taking. ...Read more
Sleep evaluation: Don't rely on medications. You need to find what prevents or interrupts sleep. Additionally if you have vivid dreams that can be abnormal particularly in presence of other symptoms like hallucinations, loss of muscle tone and sleepiness. Nightmares also need work up to see if there is a psychiatric or medical reason. ...Read more
I've urinated a little during sleep. 4 days already, Ever since my older sister started staying in my bed with me. I don't have any dreams?
First, make sure you don't have a urinary tract infection by seeing your doctor.
Having another person in bed with you is difficult; you may not want to get up to urinate and wake your sister so your bladder overflows and causes the leakage at night.
It sounds as though there may possibly be some complicated family dynamics. Talking to a doctor about these issues may be very helpful. ...Read more
I have nightmares of a guy getting in my bed & holding me& some I can't tell if fake or not& I can't sleep 4 days after what will make my dreams stop?
Get help: Nightmares can have many causes, eg. stress, trauma, medication, depression. Ask your pcp for referral to a mental health professional for an evaluation and guidance. Meantime, avoid scary images, etc. On the news, media. This too will pass. See: https://www. Nlm. Nih. Gov/medlineplus/ency/article/003209.htm I hope this helps. Best wishes. ...Read more
I'm 20y.O., every night I sleep about 6-7 hours but I constantly have random dreams ending up feeling like I've never slept the next day. What's wrong?
Which sleep is better...A very deep sleep wid so profound dreams or a sleep wid out much dreams and person feels as thought has just slept for a while?
Deep sleep better:
Amt. Of sleep iis very individual and depends on your age, activity level and general health.
If you have plenty of energy throughout the day, you’re getting enough sleep at night. If your energy levels are low and struggle with depression//fatigue bad sleep.
Iit’s not just a matter of how many hours of sleep, but how many hours of the deep sleep – dreaming as part of sleep. Better result. ...Read more
I randomly have the same dream, I see a snake wherever I sleep, and I get scared and physically try to get away then wake-up in action... how, where can I get help? It is now becoming frequent and I sometimes hurt myself.
Your mind is: Trying to give you a message. Actually, I would encourage seeing a psychologist. ...Read more
Entepr an answer sum: Not having dream is more of a problem than having it. If it is more nightmare or very real you may like to talk to your doctor. ...Read more
Bad dreams: Dreaming is one activity which can give access to repressed memories. If you work through your dreams with a professional, you might discover fears or pains which need your attention. Post traumatic stress disorder is one condition in which nightmares and flashbacks bring back the traumatic experience. Prazosin, an Alpha blocker anti hypertensive, is extremely effective in reducing nightmares. ...Read more
Remember dream vs no: Dreaming occurs in a later stage of sleep called rem (rapid eye movement) sleep. The stages occur in cycles throughout the night & rem sleep begins relatively short during the first cycle & gets longer with later cycles. Remembered dreams are usually later in the night right before waking. Many people dream & do not remember the dreams partly because they are earlier. Sleep study will show stages. ...Read more
No: Not that I am aware.Get a more detailed answer ›
Dreaming occurs: Nightly in all healthy individuals. Most dreams are in rapid eye movement (rem) periods that happen about every 90 minutes -- less frequent in early sleep & more frequent later in sleep. Many people don't think they have dreams because they don't remember them. Preventing or disrupting rem sleep causes a rebound increase in rem & has various pos & neg effects, including relief of depression. ...Read more
Some drugs do that: Need more info to further advise you. What medicines prescribed or otc drugs do you take? ...Read more
Complicated question: Dreaming is normal, and some say essential, for adequate rest and mental health We forget most of our dreams, and remember some. Scientists really don't understand enough of the process to do more than guess. See an interesting article about remembering dreams here: http://www. Dailymail. Co.uk/sciencetech/article-2562551/Can-YOU-remember-dreams-Researchers-uncover-people-recall-morning. Html ...Read more
Possibly: Dreams (vivid or not) & sleep quality is complex. If dreams are not disturbing, you are sleeping well & feeling refreshed upon awakening, you likely have good sleep. If dreams are disturbing, awaken you & disrupt sleep leaving you unrefreshed upon awakening, you likely have poor sleep. Study & use sleep hygiene, lucid dreaming, & stress reduction strategies to improve sleep & well-being. ...Read more
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