Be Prepared for This the Night You Get Your, Doctors Warn. COVID are predictable: a sore arm here, a headache there, sometimes fatigue, or a minor fever. But doctors are now acknowledging a far stranger side effect, which they their shots. The phenomenon, they say, arrives the night you get the and tends to be more frequently reported after the second dose.
Read on to find out which strange side effect may strike on the night of your vaccine, and for another side effect that’s baffling the medical world, check out The Strange NewThat’s Confusing Even Doctors. You may experience strange or vivid dreams. Patients have been reporting a highly unanticipated side vaccine: vivid dreams. CBS4 Medical Editor David Hnida, MD, recently said that he’s heard several of these patient stories in the wild, noting that many anecdotes he’s heard personally seem to involve “outer space.”
“Flying to the moon, planting the flag on the moon. Even somebody going out and taking Abraham Lincoln to get aand having the staff want him to autograph the bills,” said Hnida. “We it has something to do with the immune response.” It may happen because the vaccine interrupts our sleep cycles. And for more up-to-date COVID news delivered straight to your inbox, sign up for our daily newsletter.
The phenomenon hasn’t been formally researched, so it’s hard to say conclusively why some. But doctors speculate that as your immune response surges in reaction to the shot and triggers other side effects, those may disrupt your sleep cycle, ultimately making your dreams more memorable. “They’re expecting to experience fever, , headache, and probably not sleeping well,” Dan Shade, MD, a sleep specialist at the Allegheny Health Network, told a local CBS Pittsburgh affiliate.
“The most common reason we remember dreams is our sleep is disrupted.” People have been sharing their strange dreams after getting vaccinated on . Many vaccine recipients have taken to Twitter to report their peculiar vaccine dreams after attorney Richard Vetstein said his experience on the platform. And for more on what not to take ahead of your shot, check out This Common Medication Can Make Your Vaccine Less Effective, Study Says.
“Aside from the gained traction, more people came to report their own experiences, and others marveled that they hadn’t made the connection between the dreams and the vaccine until seeing Vetstein’s tweet.and general ‘vax fog’ for 24-36 hours, the strangest thing was [sic] the He followed up by explaining in a second post, “One of them was, I saved a Belgian town from the Nazis, so that was interesting. The other one, I was on the Titanic… You wake up, and you’re like, ‘what was that?'” he wrote. As Vetstein’s post
“I had a whole text thread with my besties about my weird dreams last week, and I never tied it to the vaccine, which I got simultaneously!” said one user. And for one thing you shouldn’t do after you get vaccinated, beware that Doing This After Your Vaccine Can Make Side Effects Worse, Doctors Say. They’re only temporary, so they shouldn’t concern you too much. Sure, your dreams may leave you feeling unsettled or confused, but rest assured that your vivid dreams are probably nothing to worry about.
Doctors say that whether they’re the physiological result of your immune system or the psychological culmination of a long and arduous year, they haven’t been. As Hnida noted, “they are temporary.” “I think the bottom line, if you have anything weird going on, the most important thing to know is you’re not alone, and they are generally not of great concern,” he said. And for more on a specific , check out The One Side Effect That’s Much More Common With Pfizer, Data Shows.