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Feeling dizzy or adrenaline and outer body experience while im in deep asleep

When i am fast asleep, i am fully aware, able to control my dreams. and sometimes im in a deep sleep and i get a rush of adrenaline.
Best way to describe it is , that feeling you get when you are falling, feels like an extremely intense sensation, although im not dreaming about falling while i am feeling that sensation, im actually aware im in my bed and my mind is aware of my surroundings, i even hear if someone is talking in the room, or the tv, i'll be able to recite verbatim what was said.  I even know im laying in my bed and i will get up and walk around(as if  my spirit is walking around while im asleep, i could feel the walls, light switch and go outside,  like an outer body experience. I notice it happens more when i fall asleep and my bedroom door is open, i close it every night but sometimes it gets opened. and i'll even knowif someone opens the door and it will frustrate me because i cant wake up to close the door, The thing that bothers me the most is this rushing feeling that comes with it.  it feels like my spirit is trying to leave my body. its a horrible feeling.  what is this and what can i do to stop it?
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