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Has it ever happened to you that your body suddenly jumps while you are in a deep sleep? Experts have found the 'problem'
Written by SOT.COM.AL 10 Mars 2023
Scientists have finally explained what actually happens. Sometimes in your sleep it seems that you are falling from a great height.
People in different ways have tried to explain that feeling. We have all experienced this in different ways.
You have probably fallen asleep and when you think you had the best sleep of your life, your body suddenly jumps and you wake up.
Here's what actually happens:
Scientists have finally explained this phenomenon which is actually quite common.
Sometimes you may feel like you are falling from a great height. People in different ways have tried to explain that feeling. We have all experienced this in different ways.
First of all, experts believe that there are some external influences that can increase the probability of panic, such as caffeine and smoking.
It is recommended not to drink coffee a few hours before going to bed to sleep, because we could increase the chances of this phenomenon.
Certain stimulants and lack of sleep can also be triggers. Sleep terrors usually occur when someone falls asleep quickly, most often from exhaustion.
In the early stages of sleep, your heart rate and breathing slow down.
Sometimes, when someone is really tired, the brain goes through these stages of sleep too quickly and it confuses them. Then the body quickly reacts with the chemicals that cause the sudden awakening.