Hi, when I wake up in from sleep, well...you can't really call it sleep in my case, I'm narcoleptic, I sometimes see small evenly spaced black dots on my wall. It usually lasts for about 30 seconds sometimes less and my eyes fell somewhat dry and swollen. During sleep I begin dreaming after just 7 seconds, well that was the case a year ago when I had a sleep study done, and it is almost always a lucid state of dreaming. Sure it can be fun, but I hardly ever get any real rest and, this may sound strange, but I can feel my blood rushing through my veins, and it seems abnormally fats to me. When I wake up, other than the dots, everything goes back to normal, oh and the occasional headache/eye ache. I really need to discuss this more with my neuro-psychiatrist/ophthalmologist (same person), but I am currently w/o insurance. >.<
I'm concerned whatever is happening is potentially fatal, plus it effects my everyday life.
So if anyone has any clue what might be wrong...It would help ease my mind...even if it's bad.
Should be getting insurance very soon, through school.
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