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      Jolted Awake Freezing

      I have on several occasions been deep in a dream then suddenly jolted out awaking shivering, teeth chattering, the whole bit. This just happened again last night and it's summer in texas, I don't use A/C. Does anyone have any ideas of what this is about? I've searched the net, but not been able to come up with any real answers.

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      I am not quite sure what would be causing this. Do you have a window open? It's possible you are sweating in the night and then the breeze cools you down.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Zebrah View Post
      I am not quite sure what would be causing this. Do you have a window open? It's possible you are sweating in the night and then the breeze cools you down.
      No breeze, as of late, my home could best be described as a sauna. That I am aware of, this has only happened when I was very deep in a vivid dream. Thanks for your attempt to help me find an answer.

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      You should mention this to your doctor. It is not a huge deal. It is probably just from a release of adrenaline. It could be something more serious like anxiety, sleep apnea, or a heart condition. Have you had any problems with low blood pressure in the past?

      Don't freak yourself out, but go read up on the symptoms of anxiety attacks and sleep apnea. It should be fairly obvious if you are experiencing something like this. Probably not.
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