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    Nighttime Weird Things
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    An_255323 posted:
    So I will lay in bed and feel as though I'm shaking. I've seen some other posts but none really describe but I'm feeling. It's not every night but some. It feels like I'm slightly turning back and forth kind of fast. I'm not literally doing it with my body but it feels kind of like a "ghost" turning. Something from my mind. Even when I open my eyes, I see things as though I'm turning back and forth. I can't really explain it, it's kind of weird and hard to explain. It stops when I start moving. It only happens when I am completely still and trying to sleep. It's actually kind of calming and I do enjoy it a bit. But I still found it odd and decided to share.
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