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    (Original post by CoolCavy)
    Can someone please help with this
    Ik i'm not 5 but honestly i have rather horrendous dreams and no they aren't about exams either. They go on forever when i'm partially conscious but i can't get out of the dream.
    It makes me more tired than when i go to bed in the first place and i keep getting headaches and falling asleep in the day so if someone has some sort of solution?
    thanks lol
    Listen to this song. It should help.



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    If that will not help then I am completely out of ideas.


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    if you put lavender in your pillow it helps you to sleep

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    thanks Reue for that stirling advice :rofl:
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    (Original post by CoolCavy)
    Can someone please help with this
    Ik i'm not 5 but honestly i have rather horrendous dreams and no they aren't about exams either. They go on forever when i'm partially conscious but i can't get out of the dream.
    It makes me more tired than when i go to bed in the first place and i keep getting headaches and falling asleep in the day so if someone has some sort of solution?
    thanks lol
    Nightmares can have a variety of different causes as I understand it.

    Cheese and foods high in b vitamins can cause lucid dreams if eaten before or just before bed

    Nightmares are your brains way of sorting out your emotions and experiences during the day as I understand it. However, yours seem to be disrupting your normal sleep and as it is affecting your day to day waking life my advice would be to see your GP about it
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    I had a good drowning this morning, felt pretty real tbh. In my dream I was at uni, but it wasn't uni, and the people weren't my uni friends, they were old friends from school, the guy I was with we didn't even talk very much at school. We were walking and everywhere was covered with water but I thought I was tall enough, yeah then I just fell under and couldn't get up.

    Dunno where my mate was.
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    (Original post by CoolCavy)
    Can someone please help with this
    Ik i'm not 5 but honestly i have rather horrendous dreams and no they aren't about exams either. They go on forever when i'm partially conscious but i can't get out of the dream.
    It makes me more tired than when i go to bed in the first place and i keep getting headaches and falling asleep in the day so if someone has some sort of solution?
    thanks lol
    Sleeping tablets from GP might help
 
 
 
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