• because your brain got rest but your body says other wise, thats why when your at the peek of falling alseep you'll sometimes have the falling feeling and jolt yourself up thats what happens when your brain rests and slows down first before your body does.
  • Stress and grief have also done this to me.
  • This is one symptom of sleep apnea. But also a symptom of other sleep disorders. If I were you I'd talk to your doctor. Sleep deprivation is dangerous, even deadly!

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