What's the Diagnosis. Now that's an interesting question. I am trying to think of different pathological states of sleep disorder where dreaming is affected. In those states, REM sleep is also altered and therefore, treatment would involve trying to rectify that sleep phase. However, one would not necessarily look to induce "lucid" dreaming-just normal dreaming. I don't get the medical benefit of "lucid" dreaming.
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