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Does anyones head/brain vibrate when waking from a deep sleep

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posted on Jul, 5 2012 @ 02:22 PM
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I know this sounds weird, But if get woken up from a deep sleep my head feels like its vibrating. Could this be my eyes in REM mode ? Ive looked it up and people do report it but no one knows why,,,any thoughts ? Can the brain itself vibrate? Sometimesits worse but it happened last night when the storm woke me up. Vibrations anyone? AND NO I do not own a vibrator that went on bye itself near my head..LOL




posted on Jul, 5 2012 @ 02:27 PM
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Me too, some times when I wake up I think the bed it shaking as well.



posted on Jul, 5 2012 @ 02:31 PM
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It happened to me once or twice in my life but that's because of not enough sleep and when someone wakes me in mid sleep...There is also the OBE experience, wher eyou get a small vibration before differntiating from body... but if this is a regular thing, when you are awake..., you should get MRI ASAP.

There are really bad conditions associated with vibration in head.



posted on Jul, 5 2012 @ 02:39 PM
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How about if it's a vibration that happens nearly every morning and also happens periodically throughout the day, specifically when one has been doing qigong or meditating?

Yep. Happens to me all the time. And I do mean all the time. Not just my head > my entire body vibrates. It's not a bad feeling at all and it passes when I "come back" to Earth, so to speak.

Before you go off on the "mental illness" schtick, don't bother. I haven't got any illnesses, but thanks for your concern.

Does it really bother you when it happens?



posted on Jul, 5 2012 @ 02:42 PM
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Would you describe it as a vibration or more of like a "brain shock"? I get these almost constantly before falling asleep. I'll be drifting off and suddenly a jolt will wake me up. It's different than a Hypnagogic jerk though. It's more like a zap to my mind. I suppose it could be physical though. Sometimes I get these jolts of electricity to my head/brain and it's usually a result of having muscle spasms. I also have TMJ and my upper body is very locked up in tightness, this creates a lot of spasms.

Anything similar?



posted on Jul, 5 2012 @ 02:45 PM
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It doesnt really bother me but it is SO WEIRD,,,I cant figure out which muscle or whatever is doing it..and this is off subject but I AM SO unhappy when I wake up,,and negative..I HATE IT



posted on Jul, 5 2012 @ 02:47 PM
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yeah ive had that going to sleep "hook" feeling or jerking too,,,,,,I must have a sleep disorder combo,,,I do smoke medicinal every day too,,not sure if that has anything to do with it,,I have been everyday for 24 years..



posted on Jul, 5 2012 @ 02:54 PM
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It is caused by your brain releasing chemicals called Dimetyltryptamine, 5 Methoxy Dimethyltryptamine and Pineraline. The brain uses these chemicals to defrag itself in REM sleep and make sense of the previous day's experiences. When you awaken your brain quickly metabolizes these chemicals to inert materials, during this process you feel awkward with your head vibrating or humming until the effect wears off. Sometimes motor control is delayed a bit because that part of the brain hasn't gotten a wake up signal from the hypothalomus before the higher parts did, if this happens it's temporary sleep paralysis which can be quite frightning. The irony is two of these chemicals are considdered illegal drugs in the US, yet your brain needs them to get decent sleep. Go figure.



posted on Jul, 5 2012 @ 02:55 PM
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For me it's more a buzz or tingle. I can even feel it in my ears.



posted on Jul, 5 2012 @ 02:59 PM
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Sometimes this happens to me with certain sound frequencies when I've either just woken up or are very tired. It feels like my brain is vibrating when certain people speak or if I listen to certain music. It's very uncomfortable and annoying.



posted on Jul, 5 2012 @ 03:07 PM
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Yeah, me too. Really just seems like a "shock", and almost with a noise too. Mostly when I'm about to fall asleep, but sometimes when I'm wide awake. I'm not really sure what it is, but I was going to start to try to look it up after the last time it happened because it was a more prolonged shock.

I also thought at one time that these "shocks" had something to do with deja vu, and I still do. A couple of weeks ago I had a stretch of deja vu that lasted for more than a minute. Long freaky minute.....



posted on Jul, 5 2012 @ 03:08 PM
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Well then my little old brain is producing bucket-loads of the stuff. I sleep beautifully every single night. I wake up feeling wonderful. The rest of the population up here has to block out the sunlight we still have 'round the clock during the summer. Doesn't bother me a bit. I don't think I'm here anyway when I'm sleeping.


Seriously, for quite a few years I was in a job that didn't suit me at all and I had a LOT of trouble sleeping. After that job was no longer part of my life, I've had excellent sleep. Lots has changed. That's why I wonder about how this vibration can feel unpleasant or cause concern. It really feels kinda cool, imo.



posted on Jul, 5 2012 @ 03:12 PM
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Originally posted by avatard
I know this sounds weird, But if get woken up from a deep sleep my head feels like its vibrating. Could this be my eyes in REM mode ? Ive looked it up and people do report it but no one knows why,,,any thoughts ? Can the brain itself vibrate? Sometimesits worse but it happened last night when the storm woke me up. Vibrations anyone? AND NO I do not own a vibrator that went on bye itself near my head..LOL


Another thing that can cause a "buzz" or "shaking" feeling like that is the intake and processing of serotonin in the brain. These types of symptoms are HORRID in people that drop their SSRI cold turkey, as the sudden rushes or serotonin are crippling, lasting anywhere from a few days to a few weeks. This isnt to say that you're coming off of an SSRI or anything, but naturally-occurring rushes of serotonin can have similar effects (though not as dramatic).



posted on Jul, 5 2012 @ 03:18 PM
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Originally posted by jough626
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Yeah, me too. Really just seems like a "shock", and almost with a noise too. Mostly when I'm about to fall asleep, but sometimes when I'm wide awake. I'm not really sure what it is, but I was going to start to try to look it up after the last time it happened because it was a more prolonged shock.

I also thought at one time that these "shocks" had something to do with deja vu, and I still do. A couple of weeks ago I had a stretch of deja vu that lasted for more than a minute. Long freaky minute.....


Yeah it's more common with me when I am about to fall asleep but I can get it in the middle of the day. It's very strange that you mentioned deja vu because I get that frequently (almost annoyingly frequently) and the zaps usually happen around them. Do you sometimes get the feeling of deja vu and it seems like during the experience you go off into another reality and forget about this one temporarily? Kind of like an actual dream while awake..?



posted on Jul, 5 2012 @ 04:28 PM
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Originally posted by avatard
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yeah ive had that going to sleep "hook" feeling or jerking too,,,,,,I must have a sleep disorder combo,,,I do smoke medicinal every day too,,not sure if that has anything to do with it,,I have been everyday for 24 years..


Are you stressed out and worried all the time, man?



posted on Mar, 10 2013 @ 11:04 PM
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Please refer contents posted by posted on 5-7-2012 @ 02:22 PM this post [ I know this sounds weird, But if get woken up from a deep sleep my head feels like its vibrating. ] and the contents posted by cosmic egg on 5-7-2012 @ 02:39 PM this post
Yep. Happens to me all the time. And I do mean all the time. Not just my head > my entire body vibrates. It's not a bad feeling at all and it passes when I "come back"

This is my side of the story,its very weird to write this but this happens to me many a times .My whole body including head has the feeling of shaking/vibrating to and fro when somebody wakes me up suddenly from deep sleep but I know its actually not happening,but its a bit scary as I do not know if I have got a medical problem to it,sorry if I'm writing anything very stupid but this happens,l want to know as to why it happens,Secondly when I'm sitting in a static car I feel suddenly the car is moving when its still static,its scary as the car seems to be moving reverse/forward very fast when its not thanks.
edit on 10-3-2013 by abhay because: i had missed cerrtain points to write



posted on Nov, 11 2013 @ 07:46 AM
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Since no one else seems to want to tell you the truth, here it is . .

What you guys are experiencing is the first part of your spirit getting ready to separate from your body or coming back into your body. You do this every time you sleep but your consciousness dictates whether you are aware its happening or or not. Basically you found the doorway to the spirit world. Congrats. Now, you can have fun trying to make sense of it and fit it into all the multitude of lies society has been telling you since birth.

btw you would be very foolish not to believe me. i made this account just to tell you because i felt bad for you not knowing the truth about yourselves. Cheers



posted on Nov, 11 2013 @ 07:56 AM
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Yes...I too get the "jerks" when I drift off to sleep,pretty often.Although I don't have the vibrating feeling in my head,I do get a buzzing sensation in my head.Kind of like when you get hit in the head real hard without the pain.



posted on Sep, 21 2015 @ 01:46 PM
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Hola my friend. I had the very same problem and I could no find a doctor to give my any answers. I was afraid to go to sleep because I would wake up with an awful "vibrating" sensation in my head almost like I had been electrocuted (although I have never been eletrocuted). I also started having problems with my balance and weak muscles as it got worse. I thought that I had a problem in my brain. I started reading up on magnesium and the symptoms of magnesium deficiency. Believe it or no, this was one of the symptoms. I started taking magnesium supplements and within two weeks I started feeling better. Then, one morning I woke up and that awful vibrating sensation in my head was gone.!
I was surprised to learn that the majority of the population does no get enough magnesium in their diets. My blood test did no reveal a magnesium deficiency... I guess this just verifies that tests are no always accurate. I pray that this helps you my friend.



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