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Question by Sharon
Submitted on 4/4/2004
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When I wake up from a lucid dream, I feel exhausted but not tired like I havent slept in days, just drained. Is this a side effect?

Answer by fawn
Submitted on 5/28/2004
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I think this is a common is a side effect because when you are in a lucid state, your brain waves are so similar to your waking state, it can feel like you are awake 24 hours a day. You want to take at least two days a week off from lucid dreaming.


Answer by Jaelle
Submitted on 5/23/2005
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I really don't have an answer, I was just looking for one myself. I had a night full of bizarre dreams and whenever I do I wake up exhausted and I can't fight the exhaustion the whole day. I feel drained of all energy. It's crazy! I feel the same way after my many episodes of sleep paralysis. I'm glad to see I'm not the only one!


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