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Re: Feels Like Bed Is Shaking

Unread postby jack22 » Mon Aug 22, 2011 7:27 am

There are some theories about "leaving the body" when falling asleep...or out of body experiences...try looking up some of those ideas. Ive heard that your whole body can shake..but without physically shaking . Its up to you whether or not you believe in it though.They are ancient ideas mainly posted as "new age" even though its not new. Its just resurfacing.

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Re: Feels Like Bed Is Shaking

Unread postby ashily » Thu Aug 25, 2011 9:54 am

I think You should be trying to relax ............................

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Re: Feels Like Bed Is Shaking

Unread postby andernorm » Sat Dec 17, 2011 9:41 am

Most of the time this kinds of thing happened that while sleeping you feel like the bed is shaking. It happen when you are in complete sleep. While sleeping you scare but it is only your imagination nothing else.

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Re: Feels Like Bed Is Shaking

Unread postby jaspertailor » Fri Dec 23, 2011 7:18 am

As you mention that you feels like your bad is shaking but infect it was not shaking, It is just because of you are not taking enough sleep at right time. To avoid this kind sleeping disorder you have to sleep at a time when you have to it and also It is because of stress so try to avoid this kind of stress also.

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Re: Feels Like Bed Is Shaking

Unread postby Audrey » Fri May 11, 2012 11:13 am

Our sleep is very sensitive and could easily be disrupted. Often such incidents are noticed in people who are suffering with a lot of stress and could not sleep properly. You should ask consult a sleep expert for the proper guidance of you problem.

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