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      Are these waking times normal?

      It's not a big problem frankly, because it makes it very easy to DEILD and WILD, but I'm honestly curious as to why I wake up three times in one night, during weekdays.

      I go to bed at 10:00 sharp every weekday, as I have school the next morning. I set my alarm for 7:00 sharp.

      I fall asleep usually around 11:30 or so, which doesn't bother me. It's easy for me to relax in bed and all. However, I usually wake up at around 2:00, and then 4:30 the next morning. It's usually around those two times, every weeknight. Why is this? Maybe just because I'm thirsty or something?

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      thats not something i've ever heard about before. though i did have a friend a few years ago that saw a movie where 3 am was supposed to be a 'demonic' time or whatever, and he kept waking up at that time. but he was gullible back then and i think he himself was the source of his waking up and fear.

      maybe try forgetting about it, quit worrying and dwelling on it, and maybe the cycles will break?

      or you could try taking a small dosage of melatonin before you fall asleep, it's easy to find and pretty safe to try. just make sure you read the directions.
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      Quote Originally Posted by basho View Post
      thats not something i've ever heard about before. though i did have a friend a few years ago that saw a movie where 3 am was supposed to be a 'demonic' time or whatever, and he kept waking up at that time. but he was gullible back then and i think he himself was the source of his waking up and fear.

      maybe try forgetting about it, quit worrying and dwelling on it, and maybe the cycles will break?

      or you could try taking a small dosage of melatonin before you fall asleep, it's easy to find and pretty safe to try. just make sure you read the directions.
      Hmm, something interesting to think about. Thanks.

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      Dream are connected with deep traumatic waking events, such as abuse, war, death, etc.It may possible you see this type of dream. the evolution of the dream into a more positive form may understandably take longer and require more waking attention and focus.To solve this type of dream need daily exercise.
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      Hello friends

      Circadian rhythm sleep disorders are a family of sleep disorders affecting, among other things, the timing of sleep. People with circadian rhythm sleep disorders are unable to sleep and wake at the times required for normal work, school, and social needs. They are generally able to get enough sleep if allowed to sleep and wake at the times dictated by their body clocks. Unless they have another sleep disorder, their sleep is of normal quality.

      Humans, like most animals and plants, have biological rhythms, known as circadian rhythms, which are controlled by a biological clock and work on a daily time scale. These affect body temperature, alertness, appetite, hormone secretion etc. as well as sleep timing. Due to the circadian clock, sleepiness does not continuously increase as time passes. A person's desire and ability to fall asleep is influenced by both the length of time since the person woke from an adequate sleep, and by internal circadian rhythms. Thus, the body is ready for sleep and for wakefulness at different times of the day.

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