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I dream a lot and I can control my dreams. I'll say enough is enough in my dream and wake up with a headache take some head ache medicine and go back asleep, than it starts all over again. . I work a lot, odd hours but this has been plaguing me for decades.  
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5115395 tn?1363811318
I kinda have the same thing but I have to narrate my dreams and make them up as I go...totally exhausting.  I am going to a psychiatrist next week and I'm going to bring it up will let you know what I find out.
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It sounds like you are not getting sufficient deep sleep, but plenty of REM sleep.  Hopefully, if it is linked with the odd hours for decades, you can find a better job more suited to your natural circadian rhythm and find better sleep that way.  If this started prior to the odd job period of time, have you considered consulting a sleep specialist?

Also, you say you awaken with a headache.  When this happens have you ever taken your blood pressure and pulse?  Have you ever been checked by a dentist who specializes in TMJ or do you know if you clench or grind your teeth in your sleep?  Have you ever been checked for sleep apnea?
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