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everyone else is still doing things so they need time
in this case :D
If not why aren't you talking to your gf?
but yeah, she is sleeping. i'm guarding her
I'm always seepiest when I wake up in the morning.
you said that
then I get more awake during the day.
That's why it must be jet lag, if shes been up for 30 hours she'd be really awake.
is this right? she's been asleep for a while now. i'll ask her how tired when she wakes up then we'll know
A lot of the time you sleep you don't dream as you are not in REM sleep. That is when you dream. Absolutely nothing of substance is occuring in your brain in the interim, hence not feeling a passing of time. The point is you're relaxing, if you felt time passing it would be tiring, defeating the biological purpose.
Can you not tell when cat race is being funny. LOL!
It's going to take time to adjust.
i'm not sure that's true at all. I think the point of sleep is still a bit of a mystery to scientists.
maybe YOU should go back to school
"William Dement, who has been studying sleep for six decades, once said, "As far as I know, the only reason we need to sleep that is really, really solid is because we get sleepy.'' As Daniel Bushey from the University of Wisconsin writes, "Sleep is perhaps the only major behaviour still in search of a function.''
might have been right at the beginning of his 60 year journey into sleep, might have been the question that set it all off.
Sometimes you dream and even if you don't, I definitely get the feeling that time has elapsed when I've been asleep.
if it's a broken sleep then I see your point
I know you're not really aware of anything going on around you, but it's not like rapidly flicking a switch off and on. I think there's a definite sense of time elapsing. Or maybe I just have a very disorganised mind.
a wee moment of dreaming & then the part just before waking up, it feels like about an hour.
It's because you don't remember anything when you're in deep sleep so you have no concept of time.
being under general anaesthetic
That feels like it goes in a second. One minute I'm counting numbers the next I'm waking up in a recovery room two hours later. crazy.
i had a minor operation and it was literally like i closed my eyes for a sec and when i opened them i apologised for 'nodding off for a second'. really embarrassing.
it's so annoying as well because you don't remember feeling tired. Grr.
take ti away
because if you're about to you wake up and stuff? I had a dream I got shot in the head and there was just *nothing*, like my dream-me subconscious registered shit had gone down and I was dead. Shat me right up.