Most likely you are entering REM sleep where dreaming occurs.
Sometimes we remember our dreams and sometimes we do not.
With improved sleep quality, the body's hormones that follow a circadian rhythm may still be adjusting.
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Thanks justMongo. I do have an insomnia problem when I go to bed and have been given a sleep medication. I tried Melatonin as was suggested in the beginning but it didn't help. I have a mild sleep medication now that isn't expected to cause problems long term nor problems with building up tolerance. I am hoping to wean myself off it though and try Melatonin again. I know Melatonin helps retrain circadian rhythm. I have tried some nights recently not taking the sleep medicine but no success getting to sleep. We were on vacation though and not in my own surroundings. The space for set up of my CPAP was not ideal either causing more discomfort than I would have at home. I wish hotels would recognize the need for more space on night stands and enough nearby outlets to accommodate CPAP machines.