Sleeping And Zapped
Yesterday night, I was sleeping deeply with my arms splayed out at both my sides. Involuntarily, my right hand moved from its resting position to land on my chest. And, all of a sudden I was hit by an electric discharge when my right hand landed on my chest. It felt like I had been zapped by an electrically charged something- the same feeling we get when sometimes we end up being careless and touch plug points or loose sockets with our bare hands. This is the sudden jolt of electricity and we then know that we got zapped. I woke up from my sleep with the same physical sensation, a "what the hell happened" on my mind and my eyes wide alert and open. I sleep with the window open on a double bed. There are no electrical appliances that I keep on at night while sleeping.
Did some reading up on the net, and the info given is that the human body builds up static discharge while in motion like walking maybe on a thick carpet, rubbing easily charged fabric like fur on synthetic or nylon, or handling electrical appliances and others. Did not read about any one getting zapped by own's hand. My question is that if the body builds up static charge, maybe even while sleeping, shouldn't it be that the entire body gets charged electrically- either positively or negatively? Why would my hand build up one type of static charge and the rest of my body another type.Cos only when two items/bodies/ob
Wierd!! Can anyone bounce back their thoughts/knowledge/ideas on this?