10 things that happened while we sleep

Sleep is a time for enjoying some peace in your body. It’s also a chance for the body and brain to recover from the hard work of a day. Have you ever been curious about what happens to your senses and mind when you sleep? Many of you are going to suggest that parts of the body are resting, recovering strength, and so on. It’s true but it’s not that easy. Some might think of snoring but it’s not the only curious and funny thing that happens while we’re sleeping.

In this article we shall find out all of the mysterious activities which occur while we sleep.

10. Falling

Most likely you’ve had a sudden sensation of falling that wakes you up when you try to sleep. It is not a dream of falling, but rather a physical feeling along with hallucinations. It is a reaction of the brain to a misperception of data. You have this feeling of slipping because your brain is still unconscious while your body is already awake. It happens when you’re exhausted, or have had a stressful day, or you just haven’t been sleeping for a while. In this case, as soon as you touch the pillow, the brain doesn’t wake your body, it falls asleep. There is another syndrome caused by tiredness, known as the syndrome of the exploding head. It’s when you wake up due to a big sound or a flash of light. It’s not the most pleasant thing when this happens, you can even start stammering. If this happens very often to you, you can blame your brain for falling asleep before your body or for refusing to sleep properly.

9. Sleep Paralysis

Imagine this case, you wake up, you want to get up and go to the bathroom or the kitchen and get some juice, but you know that you can’t move. How is that even possible if you might think I’m awake? You can see all the things you hear around you, all the sound and all the smells you sense. Some people with this strange syndrome feel the paralysis only. Others feel like they can’t breathe and some scary creature sits on their chest, strangles them, and takes away their soul. However, this is caused by the deprivation of stress and sleep. Five to eight percent of all people have experienced this feeling at least once, according to scientists.The sleeping paralysis itself is terrifying but without danger involved. But, to avoid that, get enough sleep on your back and don’t sleep.

8. Sleep Walking.

Walking to sleep can be very risky. You will quickly trip across things when walking sleep, slip out of a window, get out of your house, and even drive your car. The curious part is that during the night you can’t do a lot of things but the most curious part is, when you wake up you won’t remember a thing. If you wake up enough to activate your body but not your brain, you’ll start walking to sleep. Walking to sleep can occur for up to an hour. You should wake a person up while walking in sleep because it’s going to be too painful and the person may recover from psychological distress.

7.Sleep Talking

In certain ways this trend is similar to the last one, except in this situation, people utter all sorts of thoughts in their sleep instead of doing it. When anything like this happens to you, don’t wake up the person and remind him or her what you think of them because they don’t intend to do so. Sometimes this condition happens within the first two hours after falling asleep. When the body is already sleeping in a deep face while the muscles have sufficient strength to reflect the content of that day’s dreams and emotions. Their sudden conversations usually last no more than 30 seconds.

6. Recurring Dreams.

Do you happen to see the same dream again and again? These dreams are usually easy to remember for they are often colorful and emotional. But, why is it happening? Why should our brains think about something new? Those dreams are very important to us. They warn us that we have unfinished business or draw our attention to certain real-life events that we can not see for some reason. They can also be caused by a problem that you’re stuck on and don’t know what to do about it. Then try to think about your problem before you sleep the next time and you will probably find a solution.

5. Your Nose Is Sleeping Too

People who love sleep often say that I am not going to wake up. But even a person from the deepest of sleep can call out loud, noisy noises. On this principle, too, operates the alarm. But now we are moving towards an organ that can not be awakened, the nose. Even the densest of odors can’t wake it up even though your brain processes them. It happens because the information your brain collects fuses with the images from your dream. So if you sleep while someone is cooking, you will probably have something nice to eat in your dream. Not even the taste of a fried egg or the sweet scent of good food will wake you up. Though this might seem great, it is the reason why people die during a fire.

4.Sleepy eyes

You ‘re wrong if you think your eyes are dwelling with your nose. They rest, but they’re still moving at the same time. When a human falls asleep, they close up their eyes to shield the retina from light. Because of the active blood flow to the muscles and internal organs, the eyeball moves slowly under the lid during a deep sleep phase. The blood flows into the brain during the quick sleep phase

3. Eternal Youth.

According to scientists, your body temperature and blood pressure will be low when you sleep and your heart will relax and recover. You are recharging the body from work and making plans for the next day. Our body generates collagen and protein when we sleep which makes the skin more elastic and strengthens the vessels. So you do not need a cream with special components after a pong and healthy sleep, because your body is rejuvenating itself. This means you can regenerate every day. The body tissues renew during your sleep, the metabolism of oxygen increases and the toxins are removed

2. Growing Up in your sleep

Measure your height when you are about to sleep next time and repeat the same procedure in the morning. You’ll be taken aback. The invertible disk is not having as much friction as it does when you sleep. So, they need more space to spread out. It straightens your spinal column but it does not last long. You’ll have the same height again in the Afternoon and it happens every day like this.

1. Brain work

If you don’t think your brain works during sleep, then you’re not right. For a second the brain isn’t stopping. It continues to control all processes within your body but in a slightly different manner. Once your brain sleeps you switch to a more peaceful pace. The brain processes all the information acquired during the day step by step, and distributes it to the right brain section.

Constant deprecation of your sleep may cause your memory to mix up facts and miss important things. It also has the potential to retard important work and examinations.



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    There is another syndrome caused by tiredness, known as the syndrome of the exploding head. It’s when you wake up due to a big sound or a flash of light

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