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2/17/10 4:11 P

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hmmmm....that sounds possible. I think I tend to sleep well except for when I am stressed. Like if I have an exam and I've been studying for hours, I have a restless sleep until my test is over...

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2/17/10 10:37 A

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For me I go through what I call a "Wacky BoBo Dream" phase once in a while... there will be 1-2 weeks where my dreams are vivid and all over the place, then they settle down. Could be PMS, could be stress, could be sleeping too deep or not deep enough, could just be your brain working through something or totally messing with you. :)

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2/17/10 10:32 A

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Well...I know 100% that I am not pregnant! lol
So, maybe I am just sleeping better, for whatever reason?
I don't know about feeling "refreshed" in the morning, I could sleep until 10 a.m. if I let myself...no matter what time I go to sleep!
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2/17/10 9:10 A

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Two years ago my oldest daughter stayed with us in a trailer while we were recovering from Hurricane Rita (because her sisters were graduating from high school). She told me that I stopped breathing several times during the night (cuz you can hear EVERYTHING in a trailer & I snored terribly). She suggested having a sleep study to see if I had sleep apnea. My doctor ordered it and I did have sleep apnea. After getting my CPAP, I started having vivid dreams like you have. My daughter suggested that I finally was getting into REM sleep. I'm not tired after a full night's sleep any more. I'm so glad I took her advice.

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2/16/10 10:57 P

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Wow, cool!

I have had patterns of vivid dreams, and I even spoke to my doc about them a couple of times. I understand that it has to do with your level of relaxation and the number of REM cycles you get during the night. The MOST prevalent periods of vivid dreaming were when I was 1-4 months pg - 'cause I slept SOOOOO well during those times.

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2/16/10 10:55 P

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The only time my dreams were that vivid AND that I remembered them every night was when I was pregnant.

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2/16/10 10:46 P

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I've had a better memory of my dreams since I've gotten better sleep. I wonder if we are just getting into a deeper sleep. Your thoughts??
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2/16/10 10:41 P

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Does anyone experience weird vivid dreams? And what causes it...?
I've noticed this month that I fall asleep almost as soon as I lay down, and sleep almost through the night. But the weirdest thing is that I dream AND remember what I dream.
I used to remember what I dreamed before, but just not constantly and every night. More like maybe dream and remember it 2-3 times a week...now it is like every single night. And vivid...like if I meet people I can remember their hair color, style & color of clothes...even eye color!
Is this related to the thyroid or do I just have an overactive imagination this month?

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