Today, I felt something strange which I cannot understand. Normally, I sleep in the late morning. But, today while I was sleeping, suddenly I came out of my dream. But, I found that I am still dreaming. I was at a place that is not where I was supposed to be that time. I was not in my bed. I was into another space and time. After that, suddenly my dream got disturbed and I found that I am not awake yet. That was into another dream because still my surroundings were unfamiliar to me. I never knew or experienced such kind of things before. I checked on internet and found dreaming into a dream called false dream. But, is it possible that you dream in multiple states in your dream? I mean, you sleep and dream then you find out you were into another dream. Now, I am really feeling confused. Is it possible that I am still dreaming? What should I do? What is the thing that I experienced? Please help me.
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Therefore, following are the suggestions which may help:
Lack of sleep, dietary habits and workload.Investigations to be done:
1. Dream analysis.
2. Sleep assessment.
3. Work-life balance.
2. Lack of sleep.
Anxiousness, lack of sleep and over-thinking.Treatment plan:
1. Awareness and counseling.
2. Sleep hygiene.
Sleep earlier.Regarding follow up:
Revert back after the investigations to a psychologist counsellor online.---> https://www.icliniq.com/ask-a-doctor-online/psychologist-counsellor
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