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    • It just loops the small version of that feeling
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    • That’s why you don’t die in most of your dreams.
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    • The dudes from National Geographic said it's because our ancestors used to sleep in trees or something like that, and if we fell it was basically over. So we'd have these dreams to make sure we aren't on the ground
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    • I fell 25 feet from the top of a billboard once. I landed in snow covered grass and couldnt move for about 10 minutes. I was alone on the job. No one stopped their car to help. Eventually I made it back to the shop and took a week off work.
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    • Evolution. Our ancestors used to sleep in trees, so we’ve evolved w/ that feeling as a warning that would’ve been useful many years ago, but is practically useless now
      350Oven 14 apr
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    • Hypnagogic sensations, produced by the process by which the spinal cord cuts off signals from the rest of the body while going to sleep, producing a feeling of slow loss of pressure, generally associated with acceleration in free fall.
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    • It’s actually cause your heart rate fell to fast so your body thought it was dying so it surges adrenaline and the kick from the adrenaline and all the muscles clenching and shit to spike blood pressure is what the feeling is
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    • Its built in instinct just like the feeling of rapid acceleration or the feeling of being watched its years of evolutionary survival traits
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    • Aparently when we flinch awake in our sleep its because our heartrate gets so low that our brain thinks were dying so it jolts itself to wake us up
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    • The real question is how can you have vivid sex dreams when you’ve never had sex, virgin?
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    • You wake up after you die in your dreams because your body doesn’t know what happens after death
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    • Sigh... the “falling” sensation you feel when lying down deals with liquid-filled passages in the inner ear that detect sudden changes in liquid acceleration. That feeling is similar to that of when we are falling. It’s not supernatural. Get over yourselves.
      Mr_Warmth 13 apr
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    • What if every time we dream it’s a past life of yourself but the dream changes so you look like yourself. If that were true then every dream would be like reliving someone’s experience and if they fell to their death then there you go
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    • Thats why when you "hit the ground" you wake up. Unless you have died you dont know what would happen when you hit the ground and thats why you wake up so suddenly is because your mind doesn't know what would happen next
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    • Your body remembers when you fell from heaven
      FlyinSky 10 apr
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    • Science side of iFunny: this happens because there's an unexpected change in your heart rate and your body jolts you awake to see if you're dead or not!
      Doge822 10 apr
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    • Yall ever walk up the stairs in the dark and think there's an extra step so you miss the missing step and it feels like your gonna fall but you dont but you still have that mini heart attack
      Eleesat 9 apr
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    • Whenever you ride a roller coaster at a carnival and then when you try to go to sleep at night do you ever feel your sense of balance shift while laying down? It’s the trippiest feeling ever.
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    • We all fell from heaven
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    • You've experienced the g force on roller coasters so it simulates the same feeling.
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    • You get the same feeling when you’re riding a roller coaster and experience negative Gs
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    • It’s like how you can imagine porn of something that isn’t even real
      i_DIO 8 apr
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    • You've been on an elevator, you've been on a Rollercoaster, you've jumped, you've driven down hill. Do I need to go on?
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    • When your dad tossed you in the air as a baby.
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    • you're actually falling to your death right now and this is just your life flashing before your eyes
      jonbong 8 apr
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    • Eh but you do tho. Even if you were like 3 and your father was throwing you up in the air and you were free falling. Or that ride you did at the fair when you were 7. All that information gets saved forever
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    • stnick6 8 apr
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    • Let’s say you fell off of a high step and fell for at least 2 seconds. Well your brain uses that learned behavior when falling therefore if you fall on your face while just standing straight, or jumping off a cliff its the same feeling. Same brain behavior.
      0_1_2_3 8 apr
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    • It tries to replicate it best with a short fall but loop it, but you don’t actually know if it’s a real replica because you haven’t fallen from that height before, and if you have you’re brain can replicate it well
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    • How do you know what it feels like to have sex in a dream even though it’s never happened before?
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    • My theory is that only people who were dropped as babies have this feeling that's why it's so terrifying because as a baby that distance was FAR
      lucifurrz 14 apr
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    • Rollercoasters
      Celiena 13 apr
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    • It's called a hypnic jerk and its caused when your body is falling asleep but your mind is awake so your body feels like it's falling
      streifel 12 apr
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    • So you’ve never jumped off a tall thing, never been on a rollercoaster, basically have not ever left your house?
      AzazeI 11 apr
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    • I ACTUALLY KNOW THIS! Ok, when you switch between different types of sleep the chemicals move around and makes your whole body do different stuff so when you move out of REM they slows your breathing and heart rate way down kinda fast. (Ima comment on this under becuase i ran out of space)
      Lilbody 11 apr
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    • Its a whole philosophy idea. Your mind can’t create what you haven’t experienced but it can combine experiences and give you what it thinks it would be like. So if you ever jumped off of a swing (which would give you the time aspect) and slipped (fear of falling) the brain combines
      AMNCase 10 apr
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    • Whenever you dream, you enter an alternate reality, but time flows differently, so you can experience a whole lifetime in only a few hours. Or, you can experience that version if yourself's death.
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    • Or when you kiss a girl or fuck in a dream and you havent done either. Saying from what my friend said not me shhh hehe
      AYeti 10 apr
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    • Ever been on a rollercoaster...
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    • I’ve been skydiving it doesn’t feel the same
      nebby777 9 apr
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    • It’s because you died like that in a previous life
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    • My friend said that when you feel like you're falling in your bed when you're not, its just angels trying to lift you to heaven but dropping you because of how repulsive you look.
      JoySis 9 apr
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    • Cuz I’ve been on a rollercoaster
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    • One time I fell in a dream and I didn’t wake up after I hit the ground. I was just like looking in my own body laying there and it was like a birds eye view. Then I woke up.
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    • Well if you mean like you're falling asleep and you suddenly jolt awake it's because you've become so relaxed you stopped breathing and your mind shocks you awake and into breathing again
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    • Ever gone down fast on a rollercoaster
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    • It’s not hard to imagine or at the worst replicate what it’s like to go down a rollercoaster or a slide
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    • Well you may have felt the feeling of falling while riding a rollercoaster you get a similar feeling when the rollercoaster first drops
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    • That feeling comes from jumping off anything remotely high and maybe that swing set you used to ride in while standing
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    • Its the same feeling of being on a roller coaster going down the first hill
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    • I fallen off a roof when I was a kid does that count?
      ilfood 8 apr
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    • Y’all never been on roller coasters?
      Parsian 8 apr
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    • You literally get that feeling if you miss a step going up the stairs, tf lol
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    • Roller coasters?
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    • From what I heard what happens is that your body starts to relax as you fall asleep, but before you are asleep your body relaxs, but thinks it's falling so tries to stabilize you, a.k.a. that shock when you wake up
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    • I’ve fallen and died in two dreams that I remember. In one I went to heaven and it was a vast mist world where there were thousands of animals living in peace together. I met with my past family members and they showed me around. In another dream I went to hell and it was a dense humid jungle with..
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    • But you have fallen like that before. It's in your DNA. You evolved from people who have fallen like that
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    • Hey! story time, when I was a kid I had reoccuring nightmares of falling from high altitudes but I didnt wake up before I hit the ground. I kinda projected out of myself and watched my last few moments 3rd person.
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    • Idk but I’ve died a couple times in my dreams tbh
      Eevee 8 apr
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    • Actually I have experience falling from a third story window. I dont recommend it
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    • Maybe you reimagining like a roller coaster when it dips or something like that
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    • Ever thought there was one less stair. Your brain takes that feeling and uses that because it’s the closest to falling. Unless you are like me and go cliff diving every year.
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    • Maybe it’s because the earth is constantly falling through space and if anything the brain’s cerebral cortex is shutting off allowing us to momentarily feel the incredible speed, but then we get too scared and instantly it gets turned on again.
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    • Y'all ever just be falling asleep and you feel like you're sliding off the bed and try to catch yourself but you were never falling in the first place
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    • back when i was 14 and hadnt had sex yet id have dreams of eating a girl out and honestly my brain was pretty close to guessing what it actually tasted like
      s13rlman 8 apr
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    • You’ve been on roller coasters that’s what you’re feeling, but there’s usually a point where you stable on a ride but when you’re falling from a building there’s nothing to catch you to simulate the restabilizing
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    • Well could be like going down in a roller coaster.
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    • Just shower thoughts heh more like keep me the fuck up all night thoughts
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    • Did hurry when you feel from heaven because your the the only tree I see
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    • Maybe it’s just the fluid in your ears going ham
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    • It happens because the bodies muscles relax and loosen. This tricks the brain into thinking we’re falling.
      Neptune3 8 apr
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    • Never been on a roller coaster dumbass?
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    • If you don't know what it feels like, you brain can just make up a sensation and tell you that is what it feels like.
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    • It replicates sex pretty well too even when you're still a virgin
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    • Its not falling that you feel, its the server uploading another life because you died in your sleep. This is why only the exceptionally successful/experienced ever have this dream more than four times in their life..most of us havent earned that many extra lives yet...
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    • Because in the longevity of your subconscience falling off the bed when you were young and sleeping took HOURS and your subconscience turned it into a very real fear recording it to horde your nightmares for years after.
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    • You have genetic code passed along from billions of years of evolution that allows you to experience these feeling.
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    • Shadough 8 apr
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    • I’ve died in a dream before. I was drowned to be exact. Scariest shit ever
      whydafuk 14 apr
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    • How can your body create people you have never seen before if you have never seen them before
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    • Past lives, alternate realities? Who knows, what we do know is now we are awake at 3 am with no fucking clue how to fall asleep again.
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    • It actually does that to jerk you awake, because when you fall asleep your heart rate lowers rapidly, but sometimes it happens too rapidly, so your body is just making sure you're actually still alive
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    • Roller coasters
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    • I’ve never gotten my dick sucked but one time I was getting my dick sucked in a dream and it felt amazing
      WRV1997 12 apr
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    • Roller coasters
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    • But what if I have fallen like that before?
      Keyboards 12 apr
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    • Ever been on a trampoline
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    • What if life is a dream and when you die you're really just waking up
      Khadgar 12 apr
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    • im terrified of heights but in lucid dreams i fly. because the chance of falling to my death is worth the experience of flight.
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    • Well it's not replicating it, you just think it is. Your subconscious is giving it's best guess based on past experiences.
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    • You ever been focused into a game and fall a high distance and it scares the shit out you
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    • How does your body dream of places you've never been? How does it dream of things to come? Not even big things, just little things like meeting people. Then the events happen and you're like holy shit
      Deku147 11 apr
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    • I once had a dream where I got shot I woke up in pain where I “ got shot” and I was hot and sweaty. That was some scary shit
      jose12442 11 apr
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    • Ever get that feeling when you fall from a super tall building in a game???
      dakota775 11 apr
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    • Am I the only one that’s never had that dream
      ElFukAhU 11 apr
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    • Roller coasters.
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    • well ive never gotten laid either
      efdis123 11 apr
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    • Because red pill vs blue pill thats why 💊
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