Dreams and Weird Feelings

Staten Island, New York
April 17, 2017 5:51pm CST
One day after eating breakfast, I went to my couch and ended up falling asleep. I had a dream and in that dream I was asleep and dreaming of something that seemed so real causing me to wake up from my sleep in my dream and then to wake up in real life. I did not remember the details of the dream I had in my dream when I woke up in real life... but it left me with a weird feeling. Anyone else had this happen to them?
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@Kandae11 (37100)
18 Apr 17
That is one of the reasons why I try not to sleep in the daytime -- weird dreams.
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• Staten Island, New York
18 Apr 17
It's rare that I do but sometimes I just can't... sleep takes over...
• United States
18 Apr 17
I usually remember the details of my dreams, and I dream in vivid color - some dreams are of dreaming, I think that's fairly normal.
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@DianneN (78465)
• United States
18 Apr 17
When I nap during the day, I have the strangest dreams ever! Unfortunately, I remember them and they feel so real.
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@shivamani10 (11232)
• Hyderabad, India
17 Apr 17
This is an experience of the double dream. This must be due to the presence of a Ghost in the surrounding area.
• Staten Island, New York
18 Apr 17
Interesting. I don't think I've ever had those before. But maybe I did and just don't remember.
@Shavkat (62709)
• Philippines
18 Apr 17
I sometimes experience this. Whenever I sleep while so tired.
@toniganzon (50001)
• Philippines
17 Apr 17
I usually remember my dream. And yes i had that terrible feeling when having a bad dream but I do remember the details. Just this morning when I woke up, I was having a lot of emotion because my dream was full of anger and I can still recall every single details.
@Happy2BeMe (74743)
• Canada
17 Apr 17
I often her dreams like that. I wish I could remember more of my dreams. I remember them when I first wake up but I seem to forget them quickly. If they are terrifying or really bizarre then I tend to remember them more.