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I agree...I go through total waves of emotion, been like this most of my life and have learned over time to try and manage it. Its this weird internal battle for yourself and defining who you are and what your place is in life.

We learn from this and get to finally know our true selves.
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I like what you said about energy in another thread i posted in.

We're very powerful bodies of energy exchanging outlets of infinite charges to anything that picks it up.

I think the brain/receiver has been kicked up a few notches and our bodies are compensating by flushing our bodies out through swear.

A cleansing. :)
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Thanks for reading my other thread :) WHich one did you post in? I don't have it set to update me when people post in an older thread!

I totally think our bodies/DNA act like an antennae to send/receive information to and from the environment around us. The more we tap in, the more we change and EVolve or DE-evolve (as most people are just zombies nowadays) tuning into the lower frequencies (what they eat, listen to, EMFs, etc around us)
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OOps I read what you said wrong :) lol which other thread did you comment in?
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Oh sorry for not clarifying, in the predictive ability thread.

I totally agree with your ideology.

Hopefully humanity can tap into some higher frequency gold mine of some kind to drown out the lower frequency hum so many are hypnotized by.

I patiently hope. :)
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I like what you said about energy in another thread i posted in.

We're very powerful bodies of energy exchanging outlets of infinite charges to anything that picks it up.

I think the brain/receiver has been kicked up a few notches and our bodies are compensating by flushing our bodies out through swear.

A cleansing. :)
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Thanks for reading my other thread :) WHich one did you post in? I don't have it set to update me when people post in an older thread!

I totally think our bodies/DNA act like an antennae to send/receive information to and from the environment around us. The more we tap in, the more we change and EVolve or DE-evolve (as most people are just zombies nowadays) tuning into the lower frequencies (what they eat, listen to, EMFs, etc around us)
 Quoting: MissionInvisible



OOps I read what you said wrong :) lol which other thread did you comment in?
 Quoting: MissionInvisible


Oh sorry for not clarifying, in the predictive ability thread.

I totally agree with your ideology.

Hopefully humanity can tap into some higher frequency gold mine of some kind to drown out the lower frequency hum so many are hypnotized by.

I patiently hope. :)
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 33399607



Glad to find a 'like' mind. We probably have many overlapping thoughts!

When I first woke up to this, and frankly now I think we are still only at the TIP of the iceberg, I thought everyone was feeling it and SHOULD feel it...man was I wrong. Its amazing how we can exist all on various dimensions and perceptions all at the same time. Sometimes when I mediate or when I am laying in bed right before I go to sleep, things seem to vibrate and move so fast I think I'm just gonna peace outta here...then I get pulled back down into the lower frequencies. I do however think more people as a collective are starting to wake up to something, they just don't know what it is yet!
"So you're made of detritus [from exploded stars]. Get over it. Or better yet...Celebrate it. After all, what nobler thought can one cherish than that the universe lives within us all?"

Neil deGrasse Tyson



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Dr tent mentions night sweats
Thread: OMG....PLEASE take the time to watch......THE EXPLODING AUTOIMMUNE EPIDEMIC!!!!!
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Thanks for reading my other thread :) WHich one did you post in? I don't have it set to update me when people post in an older thread!

I totally think our bodies/DNA act like an antennae to send/receive information to and from the environment around us. The more we tap in, the more we change and EVolve or DE-evolve (as most people are just zombies nowadays) tuning into the lower frequencies (what they eat, listen to, EMFs, etc around us)
 Quoting: MissionInvisible



OOps I read what you said wrong :) lol which other thread did you comment in?
 Quoting: MissionInvisible


Oh sorry for not clarifying, in the predictive ability thread.

I totally agree with your ideology.

Hopefully humanity can tap into some higher frequency gold mine of some kind to drown out the lower frequency hum so many are hypnotized by.

I patiently hope. :)
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 33399607



Glad to find a 'like' mind. We probably have many overlapping thoughts!

When I first woke up to this, and frankly now I think we are still only at the TIP of the iceberg, I thought everyone was feeling it and SHOULD feel it...man was I wrong. Its amazing how we can exist all on various dimensions and perceptions all at the same time. Sometimes when I mediate or when I am laying in bed right before I go to sleep, things seem to vibrate and move so fast I think I'm just gonna peace outta here...then I get pulled back down into the lower frequencies. I do however think more people as a collective are starting to wake up to something, they just don't know what it is yet!
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That's what I strive to see, a nexus of ideas among individuals to not feel so alone.

Too bad this connection only appears online and never on a more physical plane.

Yeah, I realized how complex and messed up a human mind can become in high school. The psycho freak show every person needs to attend to impress the world of rhetorical feats.

It was nice to have shared my thoughts today with you, I appreciate every ounce of input you had. :)

I'm a virgo by the way.
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I saw this an plan to watch it when I have more time to really dig into the information. I have researched into autoimmune diseases extensively (as I was diagnosed with a rare genetic disorder a few years ago...now I think it was COMPLETELY environmentally controlled/and also very charge emotionally as the emotions presented themselves physically). I am a new person now as I have detoxed extensively and completely changed my way of life...I look forward to watching the video. I read through some of the posts on the thread and it is in alignment with some conclusions I came to on my own through my own issues.
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OOps I read what you said wrong :) lol which other thread did you comment in?
 Quoting: MissionInvisible


Oh sorry for not clarifying, in the predictive ability thread.

I totally agree with your ideology.

Hopefully humanity can tap into some higher frequency gold mine of some kind to drown out the lower frequency hum so many are hypnotized by.

I patiently hope. :)
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 33399607



Glad to find a 'like' mind. We probably have many overlapping thoughts!

When I first woke up to this, and frankly now I think we are still only at the TIP of the iceberg, I thought everyone was feeling it and SHOULD feel it...man was I wrong. Its amazing how we can exist all on various dimensions and perceptions all at the same time. Sometimes when I mediate or when I am laying in bed right before I go to sleep, things seem to vibrate and move so fast I think I'm just gonna peace outta here...then I get pulled back down into the lower frequencies. I do however think more people as a collective are starting to wake up to something, they just don't know what it is yet!
 Quoting: MissionInvisible


That's what I strive to see, a nexus of ideas among individuals to not feel so alone.

Too bad this connection only appears online and never on a more physical plane.

Yeah, I realized how complex and messed up a human mind can become in high school. The psycho freak show every person needs to attend to impress the world of rhetorical feats.

It was nice to have shared my thoughts today with you, I appreciate every ounce of input you had. :)

I'm a virgo by the way.
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It has been a pleasure to speak with you as well. I think many like minds are drawn to this place.

Its hard to find many in person, but maybe the internet the invisible web of information just draws many of us together!

I agree about the comment you made about high school, it was rough for me, college was better, but I have always just felt lost in translation at times. When I discovered GLP I learned I could express myself and there really were others out there who felt the EXACT same thing I was feeling.

I'm a Cancer through and through...the good and the bad of it lol.
"So you're made of detritus [from exploded stars]. Get over it. Or better yet...Celebrate it. After all, what nobler thought can one cherish than that the universe lives within us all?"

Neil deGrasse Tyson



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I have had night sweats through out my life also. Much less now compared to my high school years. I don't know the exact cause yet but have a theory and I know a few things that increase it (and no it's not cancer). First is alcohol, if I take a couple of drinks or so the next night it occurs. I need to work it off at the gym or Go for a run, i guess it helps keep me fit burning the extra calories off. Second I try not to work out to late because it keeps my metabolism burning and it happens. Third is meditating which is part of my theory. All the stuff I mentioned above highly stimulates the brain when you're asleep. I have always had very detailed and weird dreams through out my life (night terrors also), in some I have even seen future events that relate to my life.
It's not until this passed year in which I started meditating, and my experiences where intense to say the least. I have heard of people meditate all their lifes and not experience what I have experienced. My theory has to deal with brain frequencies. I believe some people might be better then others in achieving the gamma ray frequency which is believed to happen when one achieves intense meditation. There is not much information on gamma frequencies but I am convinced the night sweats are the reaction to this. There is beta, alpha, theta, delta, and gamma, most people never achieve alpha or gamma.

Now for some melatonin advice, you shouldn't take it to much. Reason is that the body needs to produce it's own melatonin and when you take it consistently you are messing with you're body's production of it ( melatonin also gives me night sweats). You need complete darkness to produce melatonin, if your room is to bright try using a mask over your eyes. This should help you dream a lot more, and yes you will have night sweats here and there.
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I have had night sweats through out my life also. Much less now compared to my high school years. I don't know the exact cause yet but have a theory and I know a few things that increase it (and no it's not cancer). First is alcohol, if I take a couple of drinks or so the next night it occurs. I need to work it off at the gym or Go for a run, i guess it helps keep me fit burning the extra calories off. Second I try not to work out to late because it keeps my metabolism burning and it happens. Third is meditating which is part of my theory. All the stuff I mentioned above highly stimulates the brain when you're asleep. I have always had very detailed and weird dreams through out my life (night terrors also), in some I have even seen future events that relate to my life.
It's not until this passed year in which I started meditating, and my experiences where intense to say the least. I have heard of people meditate all their lifes and not experience what I have experienced. My theory has to deal with brain frequencies. I believe some people might be better then others in achieving the gamma ray frequency which is believed to happen when one achieves intense meditation. There is not much information on gamma frequencies but I am convinced the night sweats are the reaction to this. There is beta, alpha, theta, delta, and gamma, most people never achieve alpha or gamma.

Now for some melatonin advice, you shouldn't take it to much. Reason is that the body needs to produce it's own melatonin and when you take it consistently you are messing with you're body's production of it ( melatonin also gives me night sweats). You need complete darkness to produce melatonin, if your room is to bright try using a mask over your eyes. This should help you dream a lot more, and yes you will have night sweats here and there.
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Some great information here! Thank you!

THis part fascinated me:

My theory has to deal with brain frequencies. I believe some people might be better then others in achieving the gamma ray frequency which is believed to happen when one achieves intense meditation. There is not much information on gamma frequencies but I am convinced the night sweats are the reaction to this. There is beta, alpha, theta, delta, and gamma, most people never achieve alpha or gamma.


<-- I'm a big fan of meditation. Meditation is great for balancing brainwaves. I do have a very active pineal gland as well. I can feel it ticking all of the time at night now, its like it has its own little heartbeat (I have been trying to detox and eat a really clean diet, it has worked wonders for my hypersenses as well). I have not read much about the gamma wave frequencies you are talking about. I have heard of them but you might be right about the night sweats and them being related.


You mentioned night terrors, I have had some serious bouts of sleep paralysis, night terrors, you name it on of off growing up. I think its our bodies ability to step out of body, almost perhaps in an projection way, I always feel my body "vibrate" (yes I know this sounds ridiculous but if you have experienced it you will know what I am talking about, its like a high energy buzz). This happens to me and it will throw me for a loop, but I can always pull myself back into body through visualization (I was taught to visualize my toes and then working my way up through the rest of my body) when I am in the paralysis state. There were times as I child I had this so bad I would not sleep at night because I was afraid of that state right before going to bed.

Lots of weird things going on in these sleep/wake states!

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i have nights itchy sweating balls!
so i use talcum powder, works good!
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i have nights itchy sweating balls!
so i use talcum powder, works good!
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lol it would be really bad if I started having this problem...especially since I'm a female :)
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Neil deGrasse Tyson



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about you night sweats problem, try to do jumping jacks for at least 30 min. everyday, you need some sweating exercise, thats all! it comes to the balance of body, mind and soul.
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I have had night sweats through out my life also. Much less now compared to my high school years. I don't know the exact cause yet but have a theory and I know a few things that increase it (and no it's not cancer). First is alcohol, if I take a couple of drinks or so the next night it occurs. I need to work it off at the gym or Go for a run, i guess it helps keep me fit burning the extra calories off. Second I try not to work out to late because it keeps my metabolism burning and it happens. Third is meditating which is part of my theory. All the stuff I mentioned above highly stimulates the brain when you're asleep. I have always had very detailed and weird dreams through out my life (night terrors also), in some I have even seen future events that relate to my life.
It's not until this passed year in which I started meditating, and my experiences where intense to say the least. I have heard of people meditate all their lifes and not experience what I have experienced. My theory has to deal with brain frequencies. I believe some people might be better then others in achieving the gamma ray frequency which is believed to happen when one achieves intense meditation. There is not much information on gamma frequencies but I am convinced the night sweats are the reaction to this. There is beta, alpha, theta, delta, and gamma, most people never achieve alpha or gamma.

Now for some melatonin advice, you shouldn't take it to much. Reason is that the body needs to produce it's own melatonin and when you take it consistently you are messing with you're body's production of it ( melatonin also gives me night sweats). You need complete darkness to produce melatonin, if your room is to bright try using a mask over your eyes. This should help you dream a lot more, and yes you will have night sweats here and there.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1867898


Some great information here! Thank you!

THis part fascinated me:

My theory has to deal with brain frequencies. I believe some people might be better then others in achieving the gamma ray frequency which is believed to happen when one achieves intense meditation. There is not much information on gamma frequencies but I am convinced the night sweats are the reaction to this. There is beta, alpha, theta, delta, and gamma, most people never achieve alpha or gamma.


<-- I'm a big fan of meditation. Meditation is great for balancing brainwaves. I do have a very active pineal gland as well. I can feel it ticking all of the time at night now, its like it has its own little heartbeat (I have been trying to detox and eat a really clean diet, it has worked wonders for my hypersenses as well). I have not read much about the gamma wave frequencies you are talking about. I have heard of them but you might be right about the night sweats and them being related.


You mentioned night terrors, I have had some serious bouts of sleep paralysis, night terrors, you name it on of off growing up. I think its our bodies ability to step out of body, almost perhaps in an projection way, I always feel my body "vibrate" (yes I know this sounds ridiculous but if you have experienced it you will know what I am talking about, its like a high energy buzz). This happens to me and it will throw me for a loop, but I can always pull myself back into body through visualization (I was taught to visualize my toes and then working my way up through the rest of my body) when I am in the paralysis state. There were times as I child I had this so bad I would not sleep at night because I was afraid of that state right before going to bed.

Lots of weird things going on in these sleep/wake states!
 Quoting: MissionInvisible


None of what you say sounds weird to me since all these things have happened to me also (must be a cancer thing (not the illness)). I remember when I was younger I seen the string theory explained on the PBS channel, and my first thought was " That's it, that's how life exist).
Reason I bring that up is because of what you said about vibrations. Most people won't know about vibrational frequencies, but I can guarantee that fear and anything negative will keep the body vibrating at lower frequencies. The first time I had and OBE I didn't even know it, I actually thought I got up out of bed. It took me a bit to realize I was out and about (that's how real it was). Now I know why theirs, "Lots of weird things going on in these sleep/wake states!". By the way I remember you from the Life extension thread, good to hear you're keeping up in good health.
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about you night sweats problem, try to do jumping jacks for at least 30 min. everyday, you need some sweating exercise, thats all! it comes to the balance of body, mind and soul.
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I dont mind the sweating i run a few miles almost everyday, i miss my workouts and cant sleep well if i dont use some energy! Im on my phone so grammar and punctuation are both lacking ...
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I have had night sweats through out my life also. Much less now compared to my high school years. I don't know the exact cause yet but have a theory and I know a few things that increase it (and no it's not cancer). First is alcohol, if I take a couple of drinks or so the next night it occurs. I need to work it off at the gym or Go for a run, i guess it helps keep me fit burning the extra calories off. Second I try not to work out to late because it keeps my metabolism burning and it happens. Third is meditating which is part of my theory. All the stuff I mentioned above highly stimulates the brain when you're asleep. I have always had very detailed and weird dreams through out my life (night terrors also), in some I have even seen future events that relate to my life.
It's not until this passed year in which I started meditating, and my experiences where intense to say the least. I have heard of people meditate all their lifes and not experience what I have experienced. My theory has to deal with brain frequencies. I believe some people might be better then others in achieving the gamma ray frequency which is believed to happen when one achieves intense meditation. There is not much information on gamma frequencies but I am convinced the night sweats are the reaction to this. There is beta, alpha, theta, delta, and gamma, most people never achieve alpha or gamma.

Now for some melatonin advice, you shouldn't take it to much. Reason is that the body needs to produce it's own melatonin and when you take it consistently you are messing with you're body's production of it ( melatonin also gives me night sweats). You need complete darkness to produce melatonin, if your room is to bright try using a mask over your eyes. This should help you dream a lot more, and yes you will have night sweats here and there.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1867898


Some great information here! Thank you!

THis part fascinated me:

My theory has to deal with brain frequencies. I believe some people might be better then others in achieving the gamma ray frequency which is believed to happen when one achieves intense meditation. There is not much information on gamma frequencies but I am convinced the night sweats are the reaction to this. There is beta, alpha, theta, delta, and gamma, most people never achieve alpha or gamma.


<-- I'm a big fan of meditation. Meditation is great for balancing brainwaves. I do have a very active pineal gland as well. I can feel it ticking all of the time at night now, its like it has its own little heartbeat (I have been trying to detox and eat a really clean diet, it has worked wonders for my hypersenses as well). I have not read much about the gamma wave frequencies you are talking about. I have heard of them but you might be right about the night sweats and them being related.


You mentioned night terrors, I have had some serious bouts of sleep paralysis, night terrors, you name it on of off growing up. I think its our bodies ability to step out of body, almost perhaps in an projection way, I always feel my body "vibrate" (yes I know this sounds ridiculous but if you have experienced it you will know what I am talking about, its like a high energy buzz). This happens to me and it will throw me for a loop, but I can always pull myself back into body through visualization (I was taught to visualize my toes and then working my way up through the rest of my body) when I am in the paralysis state. There were times as I child I had this so bad I would not sleep at night because I was afraid of that state right before going to bed.

Lots of weird things going on in these sleep/wake states!
 Quoting: MissionInvisible


None of what you say sounds weird to me since all these things have happened to me also (must be a cancer thing (not the illness)). I remember when I was younger I seen the string theory explained on the PBS channel, and my first thought was " That's it, that's how life exist).
Reason I bring that up is because of what you said about vibrations. Most people won't know about vibrational frequencies, but I can guarantee that fear and anything negative will keep the body vibrating at lower frequencies. The first time I had and OBE I didn't even know it, I actually thought I got up out of bed. It took me a bit to realize I was out and about (that's how real it was). Now I know why theirs, "Lots of weird things going on in these sleep/wake states!". By the way I remember you from the Life extension thread, good to hear you're keeping up in good health.
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Glad to run into you again! I love discussing health ideas and metaphysical things!
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I used to have problems with sleep...basically an insomniac, but over the last year I have really worked to maintain a healthy diet and overall lifestyle. I have kept a great sleep cycle 7.5-8 hrs the last 6 months to a year or so and really have been pleased with some of the changes I made to my lifestyle so I could get some better zzzz's.

I am not currently sick and don't have ANY other symptoms of something else going on, actually had more energy the last week or so than normal, I use melatonin most nights, and I sleep grounded, but the last week or so I have woken up 5/7 nights and have almost sweated through my sheets every night!


Anyone else having problems with their internal thermometers at night!? I feel like I am waking up drenched in sweat about 3-4 am a few nights just in the last week!


I know some DNA/lightbody awakening can happen at night, so perhaps this is related to the slight increase in solar activity the last week or so, but I just wanted to check to see if anyone else was having some odd sleep disturbances.
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I am having constant lucid dreams now, every night, woke up drenched this morning, doesn't normally happen with me. My room could have been overheated, or it could have been my duvet, but I don't think that was the case. scratching
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I used to have problems with sleep...basically an insomniac, but over the last year I have really worked to maintain a healthy diet and overall lifestyle. I have kept a great sleep cycle 7.5-8 hrs the last 6 months to a year or so and really have been pleased with some of the changes I made to my lifestyle so I could get some better zzzz's.

I am not currently sick and don't have ANY other symptoms of something else going on, actually had more energy the last week or so than normal, I use melatonin most nights, and I sleep grounded, but the last week or so I have woken up 5/7 nights and have almost sweated through my sheets every night!


Anyone else having problems with their internal thermometers at night!? I feel like I am waking up drenched in sweat about 3-4 am a few nights just in the last week!


I know some DNA/lightbody awakening can happen at night, so perhaps this is related to the slight increase in solar activity the last week or so, but I just wanted to check to see if anyone else was having some odd sleep disturbances.
 Quoting: MissionInvisible


I am having constant lucid dreams now, every night, woke up drenched this morning, doesn't normally happen with me. My room could have been overheated, or it could have been my duvet, but I don't think that was the case. scratching
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Humm :) you will have to keep track of it and see if it happens more frequently ... I for sure had more than normal recently along with some crazy dreams! Lucid dreams are always a little trippy to have!
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I used to have problems with sleep...basically an insomniac, but over the last year I have really worked to maintain a healthy diet and overall lifestyle. I have kept a great sleep cycle 7.5-8 hrs the last 6 months to a year or so and really have been pleased with some of the changes I made to my lifestyle so I could get some better zzzz's.

I am not currently sick and don't have ANY other symptoms of something else going on, actually had more energy the last week or so than normal, I use melatonin most nights, and I sleep grounded, but the last week or so I have woken up 5/7 nights and have almost sweated through my sheets every night!


Anyone else having problems with their internal thermometers at night!? I feel like I am waking up drenched in sweat about 3-4 am a few nights just in the last week!


I know some DNA/lightbody awakening can happen at night, so perhaps this is related to the slight increase in solar activity the last week or so, but I just wanted to check to see if anyone else was having some odd sleep disturbances.
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I am having constant lucid dreams now, every night, woke up drenched this morning, doesn't normally happen with me. My room could have been overheated, or it could have been my duvet, but I don't think that was the case. scratching
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Humm :) you will have to keep track of it and see if it happens more frequently ... I for sure had more than normal recently along with some crazy dreams! Lucid dreams are always a little trippy to have!
 Quoting: MissionInvisible


I'll report back if I notice a trend. :-) So, you've had some interesting dreams, too? If you feel like sharing at some point, I'd love to hear. I know a lot of people have been having them, I'm trying to understand and see if there are any common threads. hf
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I get night sweats all the time. I have had them all my life but then again my sweat glands are very over active and I have no idea why.

I could be in a room thats like 20C and my armpits will be like a leaky faucet.

If I eat a certain food, like vinegary, salty food as an example, i will break out in sweats. It's not spicy food that does it to me. One time I ate 20 mild BBQ chicken wings at a restaurant. They weren't spicy but they were very, very sour/vinegary and after i was done i looked like i just walk out of the shower.

Lately even in a room that is a cool 17-18C at night, i break out in night sweats quite consistently. I have to wash my bedding at least once a week if not more. It gets to the point sometimes where the dampness actually wakes me up out of a dead sleep. I would have to say I have noticed it usually happens right after a dream. Doesn't even have to be an intense one either.
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I have had night sweats through out my life also. Much less now compared to my high school years. I don't know the exact cause yet but have a theory and I know a few things that increase it (and no it's not cancer). First is alcohol, if I take a couple of drinks or so the next night it occurs. I need to work it off at the gym or Go for a run, i guess it helps keep me fit burning the extra calories off. Second I try not to work out to late because it keeps my metabolism burning and it happens. Third is meditating which is part of my theory. All the stuff I mentioned above highly stimulates the brain when you're asleep. I have always had very detailed and weird dreams through out my life (night terrors also), in some I have even seen future events that relate to my life.
It's not until this passed year in which I started meditating, and my experiences where intense to say the least. I have heard of people meditate all their lifes and not experience what I have experienced. My theory has to deal with brain frequencies. I believe some people might be better then others in achieving the gamma ray frequency which is believed to happen when one achieves intense meditation. There is not much information on gamma frequencies but I am convinced the night sweats are the reaction to this. There is beta, alpha, theta, delta, and gamma, most people never achieve alpha or gamma.

Now for some melatonin advice, you shouldn't take it to much. Reason is that the body needs to produce it's own melatonin and when you take it consistently you are messing with you're body's production of it ( melatonin also gives me night sweats). You need complete darkness to produce melatonin, if your room is to bright try using a mask over your eyes. This should help you dream a lot more, and yes you will have night sweats here and there.
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Some great information here! Thank you!

THis part fascinated me:

My theory has to deal with brain frequencies. I believe some people might be better then others in achieving the gamma ray frequency which is believed to happen when one achieves intense meditation. There is not much information on gamma frequencies but I am convinced the night sweats are the reaction to this. There is beta, alpha, theta, delta, and gamma, most people never achieve alpha or gamma.


<-- I'm a big fan of meditation. Meditation is great for balancing brainwaves. I do have a very active pineal gland as well. I can feel it ticking all of the time at night now, its like it has its own little heartbeat (I have been trying to detox and eat a really clean diet, it has worked wonders for my hypersenses as well). I have not read much about the gamma wave frequencies you are talking about. I have heard of them but you might be right about the night sweats and them being related.


You mentioned night terrors, I have had some serious bouts of sleep paralysis, night terrors, you name it on of off growing up. I think its our bodies ability to step out of body, almost perhaps in an projection way, I always feel my body "vibrate" (yes I know this sounds ridiculous but if you have experienced it you will know what I am talking about, its like a high energy buzz). This happens to me and it will throw me for a loop, but I can always pull myself back into body through visualization (I was taught to visualize my toes and then working my way up through the rest of my body) when I am in the paralysis state. There were times as I child I had this so bad I would not sleep at night because I was afraid of that state right before going to bed.

Lots of weird things going on in these sleep/wake states!
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None of what you say sounds weird to me since all these things have happened to me also (must be a cancer thing (not the illness)). I remember when I was younger I seen the string theory explained on the PBS channel, and my first thought was " That's it, that's how life exist).
Reason I bring that up is because of what you said about vibrations. Most people won't know about vibrational frequencies, but I can guarantee that fear and anything negative will keep the body vibrating at lower frequencies. The first time I had and OBE I didn't even know it, I actually thought I got up out of bed. It took me a bit to realize I was out and about (that's how real it was). Now I know why theirs, "Lots of weird things going on in these sleep/wake states!". By the way I remember you from the Life extension thread, good to hear you're keeping up in good health.
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Glad to run into you again! I love discussing health ideas and metaphysical things!
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I'll update this thread later with whatever info I have that might be able to help you or others. I need to get ready for a night out
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Your body is seroconverting. Unfortunately you have been exposed to HIV. A unusual strange itchy red rash also will com in. Please go get yourself checked, if the antibodies do not show up re-test in another 3 months. God be with you. Get counseling. You are not alone in this.
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Your body is seroconverting. Unfortunately you have been exposed to HIV. A unusual strange itchy red rash also will com in. Please go get yourself checked, if the antibodies do not show up re-test in another 3 months. God be with you. Get counseling. You are not alone in this.
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Thanks for the advice, I would sure as heck hope this was not the case...given the circumstances, I doubt this is the problem, thank goodness.
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I get night sweats all the time. I have had them all my life but then again my sweat glands are very over active and I have no idea why.

I could be in a room thats like 20C and my armpits will be like a leaky faucet.

If I eat a certain food, like vinegary, salty food as an example, i will break out in sweats. It's not spicy food that does it to me. One time I ate 20 mild BBQ chicken wings at a restaurant. They weren't spicy but they were very, very sour/vinegary and after i was done i looked like i just walk out of the shower.

Lately even in a room that is a cool 17-18C at night, i break out in night sweats quite consistently. I have to wash my bedding at least once a week if not more. It gets to the point sometimes where the dampness actually wakes me up out of a dead sleep. I would have to say I have noticed it usually happens right after a dream. Doesn't even have to be an intense one either.
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I know when I drink wine it will sometimes wake me up when the sugars start burning off...never had issues with the other foods you are talking about. I'm a vegetarian, but I still love some spicy veggies...I try not to eat too close to bedtime tho!
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"We were told that the changes in our world would become the catalyst for ones within us..."
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I used to have problems with sleep...basically an insomniac, but over the last year I have really worked to maintain a healthy diet and overall lifestyle. I have kept a great sleep cycle 7.5-8 hrs the last 6 months to a year or so and really have been pleased with some of the changes I made to my lifestyle so I could get some better zzzz's.

I am not currently sick and don't have ANY other symptoms of something else going on, actually had more energy the last week or so than normal, I use melatonin most nights, and I sleep grounded, but the last week or so I have woken up 5/7 nights and have almost sweated through my sheets every night!


Anyone else having problems with their internal thermometers at night!? I feel like I am waking up drenched in sweat about 3-4 am a few nights just in the last week!


I know some DNA/lightbody awakening can happen at night, so perhaps this is related to the slight increase in solar activity the last week or so, but I just wanted to check to see if anyone else was having some odd sleep disturbances.
 Quoting: MissionInvisible


I am having constant lucid dreams now, every night, woke up drenched this morning, doesn't normally happen with me. My room could have been overheated, or it could have been my duvet, but I don't think that was the case. scratching
 Quoting: Junkyard Lily



Humm :) you will have to keep track of it and see if it happens more frequently ... I for sure had more than normal recently along with some crazy dreams! Lucid dreams are always a little trippy to have!
 Quoting: MissionInvisible


I'll report back if I notice a trend. :-) So, you've had some interesting dreams, too? If you feel like sharing at some point, I'd love to hear. I know a lot of people have been having them, I'm trying to understand and see if there are any common threads. hf
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I can remember some of them. Most of my life I have had dreams on and off of being chased, whether by animals or humans I am always running from something. I'm sure it has a meaning to the journey I've been on the last few years to find myself...but the dreams sure can get intense at times!
"So you're made of detritus [from exploded stars]. Get over it. Or better yet...Celebrate it. After all, what nobler thought can one cherish than that the universe lives within us all?"

Neil deGrasse Tyson



"We were told that the changes in our world would become the catalyst for ones within us..."
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OP, most likely it’s nothing dangerous but consider to see your family doctor. Obviously those extreme nights sweats are being of concern to you. Your physician should suggest full blood test (if not, ask him for one) with electrolytes and potassium levels included. Cleansings, laxatives, etc., may cause lost of salts which can be the cause for extreme sweating and with more sweating, more salts are being lost.

Additionally ask for ECG test which can be done in NY minute in your MD’s office. Candida and some allergies when your organism reacting like during infection should be also taken under consideration.

Don't sweat it, check it. rose
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Your body is seroconverting. Unfortunately you have been exposed to HIV. A unusual strange itchy red rash also will com in. Please go get yourself checked, if the antibodies do not show up re-test in another 3 months. God be with you. Get counseling. You are not alone in this.
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Certifiably HIV-negative, here. I don't know about this theory, Gods helper, as my daughter has had night sweats now and then since she was a baby. Just my observations!
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I am having constant lucid dreams now, every night, woke up drenched this morning, doesn't normally happen with me. My room could have been overheated, or it could have been my duvet, but I don't think that was the case. scratching
 Quoting: Junkyard Lily



Humm :) you will have to keep track of it and see if it happens more frequently ... I for sure had more than normal recently along with some crazy dreams! Lucid dreams are always a little trippy to have!
 Quoting: MissionInvisible


I'll report back if I notice a trend. :-) So, you've had some interesting dreams, too? If you feel like sharing at some point, I'd love to hear. I know a lot of people have been having them, I'm trying to understand and see if there are any common threads. hf
 Quoting: Junkyard Lily



I can remember some of them. Most of my life I have had dreams on and off of being chased, whether by animals or humans I am always running from something. I'm sure it has a meaning to the journey I've been on the last few years to find myself...but the dreams sure can get intense at times!
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Being chased in dreams can sometimes be a pretty common theme for a lot of us, usually just a little temporary anxiety. If it happens in a lucid dream, see what you can do to bamboozle the attacker. :-) Good luck!
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sometimes i got the idea i was floating out of bed
i checked the attic above my bed for leaks in the middle of the night

no sugar(also unrefined) at least a few hours before sleep seems to stop the flooding

have not tested with honey, but i dont want to drench the sheets again.

my experience

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Having read your blog and posts here, I can give you a definitive diagnosis. It's definitely chronic hypochondria, with a touch of menopause and histrionic personality disorder thrown in.

Good luck.

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