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No dreams.. (Except)

- Sat, 20 Nov 2021 13:29:11 EST K5q4p1HV No.46806
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So, I usually don't recall dreaming (for what I've read, even if one does not recall it, one still dreams, as the brain will not stop functioning while sleeping).
Some friends said that happened to them when they smoked weed for long periods, them after some weeks without smoking, it would return to normality for them - the thing is, I am not a drug user nor ever been).

I can only recal my dreams for some hours (at least with more clarity) when, for example, I wake up and then get back to sleep for a bit longer..

So.. My thing is: anybody with a similar "condition" to this?
Anybody that can give me more info on this? (More than "you sleep so deeply that you can't recall dreams when you wake up" - or at least more on that.


(Pic unrelated).
Dextrolord - Sun, 21 Nov 2021 09:23:36 EST tz/2ZrAj No.46807 Reply
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Idk the reason behind it, but I know from first hand experience and also talking with friends about similar stuff that it is very common to only remember ur dreams for a few hours or less after waking up:/ but there are plenty of ways to improve ur dream recall, the most popular is keeping a dream journal
Wesley Pisslepot - Sun, 24 Apr 2022 05:04:23 EST +sgflKgD No.46848 Reply
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If you can't remember your dreams, you must say (do it out loud if you don't mind) "I will remember my dream when I wake up" when you're laying in bed, ready to sleep. It helps if you keep thinking about it for a while before going to bed. The key here is to busy your mind with that thought so your brain can pick it up faster after you open your eyes in the morning. After waking up, every second counts: If there's a task or thought exercise when you become conscious again, your brain will ditch the memory of the dream sequence faster.

Using that logic helped me going from no dream memory into lucid dreaming quite fast, anon. Use it wisely. Also dream journal near your eyesight helps.
Fucking Wupperman - Sun, 15 May 2022 07:14:48 EST X8g8z7Po No.46860 Reply
Peoples from foreign lands do not dream at night, maybe in the daytime.
ZKAFFAKZ - Sat, 11 Jun 2022 15:14:56 EST X8g8z7Po No.46863 Reply
Another graveyard shift in my dreams, unfortunately no visible gravestones.
ZKAFFAKZ - Sun, 12 Jun 2022 08:54:51 EST X8g8z7Po No.46864 Reply
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A strong willed person can make choises in a dream and with enough strong will you can make your dreams happen exactly as desired.

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