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How to know if ( or when) I fall asleep?

"How to know if (or when) I fall asleep, and not merely just lying there doing nothing?" Sleep Retrograde Amnesia: Retrograde amnesia refers to the loss of memory for things preceding a certain ...
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Ejaculating while sleeping

Nocturnal emissions (q.v.) are completely normal and generally nothing to worry about.
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How to know if ( or when) I fall asleep?

Modern smartphone apps offer this information. A smartphone has a gyroscope built in, and when you lay it on the mattress close to your body, it picks up tiny movements. As you fall asleep, your ...
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What is injected into the IV to wake a patient up from general anesthesia?

I do know that something can be injected into a patient's IV to wake them up immediately from general anaesthesia. That's not how it works. Many anaesthetics only work for minutes at best. A normal ...
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Why is it harder to get up when forced to wake up?

When you are forced to wake up, you've interrupted your body's circadian rhythm. If your body is used to waking up at particular time and you're woken before that time, you'll still feel very tired. ...
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How to open my partially closed ear?

The first thing to do is you should go to see a doctor. Your primary care physician can look deep into your ear to see if there is anything lodged in it. It may be a build up of wax, or debris. If so, ...
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My leg sometimes feels non-existent after I wake up

Very probably not.(1) This sounds like an issue with nerves (especially a pinched nerve) that makes your Brain unable to "proper" communicate with your leg, hence the jelly-like feeling. However, I ...
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Why do I wake up so many times in the middle of the night

AFAIK: It's pretty normal as long that you don't have trouble getting back to sleep. Try to google 'sleep cycles' to learn more about how the brain functions. Basically we have, I recall, 4 stages of ...
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Elevated glucose right after waking up

What you may be experiencing is what is commonly referred to as the "dawn phenomenon". This is where blood sugar becomes elevated between 2-8am. This happens when your blood glucose goes low in the ...
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