When you lay down

United States
January 13, 2017 12:18am CST
So, I've wondered for a while now so I'll ask. Do the chemicals in your brain change when you lay down? Because it sure seems they do. I mean wouldn't that be the perfect explanation for why I can barely keep my eyes open,but then I'm wide awake when my head hits the pillow? Why else would I be extremely sleepy and my brain shut down until I go to bed. Then my brain goes a million miles an hour with thoughts. Why suddenly I remember every little thing I forgot to do during the day. I'm sure science says it doesn't change,but I'll never be convinced.
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@velvet53 (17685)
• Palisade, Colorado
16 Jan 17
I never thought about it but you do have a point here. I would like to know the answer to your question.
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@LadyDuck (196598)
• Switzerland
13 Jan 17
I do not know why this happens, but I know it happens. I only sleep well sit in the sofa in front of the TV.
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@suhail1 (937)
• Manila, Philippines
13 Jan 17
it is wonderful time to lay down and be lost in thoughts
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