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Effexor Cause Lucid Dreaming Body Experiences
A lucid dream is any: dream in which you are aware you are dreaming. It can be positive, beneficial. Vivid nightmares are not so good. When you awaken you may “re-write” nightmares by thinking of different (positive, under your control and desire) outcomes to events in the nightmare. Repeated practice may train your brain to re-write the dreams for you. I have helped myself and many others succeed at this. Best regards ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No: A lucid dream is one in which the person is aware they are dreaming. It is a fascinating topic to read about. I'm not an expert, but relatively common medical knowledge suggests that quite simply, you would wake up at some point. I "think" you can dream you are in a coma as part of a lucid dream, but again, at some point, yoiu would wake up in the usual fashion. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
With "Dream work up": In my opinion lucid dreaming is part of sleep hygiene, such as good and timely comfortable sleep. Choline is an amino acid that also promotes acetylcholine, therefore enhancing the expression of REM sleep. It can be cheaply found as a Lecithin supplement, but is also present in some common foods such as bananas, onions, soybeans, potatoes and plantains. I am not sure there are ways to get a dose. ...Read more
REM is not "deep": Lucid dreaming is being conscious of dreaming during the dream itself. Some people experience this, many don't. Most memorable/vivid dreams occur during REM sleep, which is actually not the deepest level of sleep. In healthy sleep there is a cycling through different sleep stages or levels about every 90 minutes through the night. ...Read more
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