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originally posted by: xuenchen
this may help your lost memories
originally posted by: Greven
Not to me personally, but... not to alarm you or anything... I've known people who slept a very long time soon passed away from illness.
One most recently died from complications of becoming septic due to a ruptured intestine. She did not notice the pain, because she had taken a rather strong periodic pain injection for her back, I guess...
If you notice any odd coloration or any hints of pain, it might be wise to see a doctor.
originally posted by: SyxPak
a reply to: reldra
Reldra I do hope the lost time was or is not due to any Health issues.
That being said, Perhaps You had been abducted? Yes I mean into or onto an alien, (or perhaps one of Ours), Ship?! I do believe in that sort of event happening to People... It is a possibility, in My Opinion of course...
ETA: Do You have any new scars or healed cuts that You think are recent?
originally posted by: CoBaZ
hmm, Almost sounds like the Pre-holidays Blues, (non-technical term)
But it may be worth going to a doctor to check it out.
I know when I get one of my insomnia rushes I tend to have a crash 15-almost 30 hours afterwards. Needless to say my habit of a trying to jot my dreams down into a dream journal after one of those usually nets some really wild Idea's and Stories.
Either way it happened, you got some needed sleep, still err on caution first and make an appointment, I would hate if the issue was ignored and suddenly something happened and I do not get to read any more interesting Reldra posts anymore.
originally posted by: angeldoll
I've done that a couple of times when I was absolutely exhausted. Sixteen hours straight, on several occasions, but never 24 unless I am ill.
I think you're okay. Just your body telling you it wanted to rest. (Oh, make sure there are no gas fumes or anything like that going on while you sleep though, make sure the room is empty of chemicals that might cause drowsiness).
The mind has to rest too, as well as we rest emotionally. We tend to sleep longer when recovering from emotional upsets.
originally posted by: Jennyfrenzy
a reply to: reldra
The only time that's ever happened to me was when I was super sick, pre Addisons Disease diagnosis. Used to sleep around 20 hours per day, it became totally normal.
Just wondering if maybe you accidentally took a double dose of the medication, like forgot you took it then took it again, I've done that before, on more than one occasion.
As some have said, it might not be a bad idea mentioning this to your dr. Hope everything is ok