how to stop dreams

Recently i've had intense dreams every night for seemingly no reason where i wake up all sweaty, it's getting exhausting and annoying. Nothing big is happening in my life right now and i have a healthy sleep cycle, no drugs etc. This night I woke up with my bedsheet soaked in sweat for the 5th time. How do I stop this?

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  1. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Smoke tons of weed. In fact, maybe i should start doing this too.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      smoke weed, you will have a dream once every 6 months.

      I dont get this. I used to smoke every day and night shortly before bed. Regular lucid dreams regardless of strain. Though i do a lot of meditation and dream work as it is.

      https://i.imgur.com/rbYnJIO.jpg

      Recently i've had intense dreams every night for seemingly no reason where i wake up all sweaty, it's getting exhausting and annoying. Nothing big is happening in my life right now and i have a healthy sleep cycle, no drugs etc. This night I woke up with my bedsheet soaked in sweat for the 5th time. How do I stop this?

      How are your macros? Are you getting enough healthy fats and limiting processed foods to the minimum ?

      https://i.imgur.com/KtmlWLO.jpg

      I am not gonna make a whole new thread for this so I will post it here.

      I keep dreaming about bugs and somebody breaking into my house.
      It's been these two types of dreams for 3 weeks straight now.
      It's either me chasing bugs bugs chasign me giant bugs bugs everywhere
      or me coming home with my door wide open, me figuring out my lock doesnt work, today I smacked a guy with my keys on the stairs he laughted and then I came home and saw my lock was falling apart

      Gangstalkers
      Confront and rationalize

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        i would say so, im not a health nut but i try to eat healthy, i exercise, only eat fast food ocassionally

        start writing your dreams down

        but why? that's only going to make it worse. i used to do that which made me remember every dream and the more i wrote down the more vivid the dreams became. and writing them down every time was getting tiring so i stopped

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        Smoke more.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Lol this. I just started again and it's nice.

  2. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    take a sleeping pill, usually kills my dreams, that or see a doctor, have a sleep study done

  3. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    smoke weed, you will have a dream once every 6 months.

  4. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    I am not gonna make a whole new thread for this so I will post it here.

    I keep dreaming about bugs and somebody breaking into my house.
    It's been these two types of dreams for 3 weeks straight now.
    It's either me chasing bugs bugs chasign me giant bugs bugs everywhere
    or me coming home with my door wide open, me figuring out my lock doesnt work, today I smacked a guy with my keys on the stairs he laughted and then I came home and saw my lock was falling apart

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Upgrade your security system. Maybe get a dog

  5. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    start writing your dreams down

  6. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    I had an accident where my head ended up getting thumped and was unconscious for a moment, I was later told that it was "less than a minute" but while I was unconscious I had a dream that lasted at least 4-8 hours of uninterrupted time. It was a strange dream where I was brought in front of some weird looking beings with fricked up heads (took forever to get there), and their world was colored like some glow in the dark golf course. Can't remember what they had to say but they reminded me of those racist DMT things.
    Anyway, since then every few months I'll go to sleep and feel like I'm getting all this bonus time, like a one hour sleep that feels like eight, or dreams that last for days until I get sick of them and have to wake up only to find it's been 3 hours. This never happened prior to my bumped head.
    Inb4 bleeding brain or tumor they checked.
    Based DMT Dreamworld beings have gifted me with infinite time in their world. I highly recommend a head injury so you can meet them as well, but it comes with a price: the force of the impact turning off my brain made me piss in my favorite jeans.
    Anyone else experience this? Did hitting my head make me schizophrenic?

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >dreams
      >schizophrenia?
      lol no. Truth is nobody knows what dreams are, we don’t even fully understand sleep, let that sink in.
      We know what black holes are but still don’t know ourselves inside and out? Seems like a weird progression to me but okay.
      Schizophrenia we know and understand.
      Dream experiences aren’t bound by our laws of time.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      People with head or brain injuries are known to develop extra abilities.

  7. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    sleepytime tea 🙂

  8. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    eat 4 grams of shrooms

  9. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    I’ve had intense dreams most of my childhood and all of my adulthood. It feels like a curse when you’re young, but you can harness it and use it to gain immense power.
    The people telling you “weed bro” are kind of right. But what they won’t tell you is that due to tolerances if you don’t increasingly use more the dreams come back, but more intense.
    Basically it’s a crutch that will eventually fail, with a 100% guarentee of that outcome.
    Telling you from experience, there is nothing you can do to stifle the dreams that won’t eventually fail. My advice: Embrace them. The pain and pleasure you experience make you who you are. This includes in fully immersive dreams. You know this to be true, when you wake up you can feel it, it affects your mind even if it didn’t physically happen. So why not travel? Experience all the crazy shit you can possibly see. Really explore yourself. I’ve embraced them, and it feels better. I’ve experienced thousands of years worth of time in my dreams, that’s obviously a rough estimate.

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