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    I had one last night which I don't want to discuss about my girlfriend but it could've been better. Are there ways I can sleep and wake up having had the perfect dream?
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    Hey bud, I don't believe that is a thing... I sleep in a pattern known as polyphasic sleep. This means I'll sleep for 5 hours at night and take a 25 minute nap or 2 during the afternoon. I tend to have detailed and interesting dreams during these naps! Hope this helps. Regards, MirzaVlogs
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    Technically you could lucid dream and have the most "perfect" dream.
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    Since I quit my job before christmas and got to the point of not a single worry in life I dream every night. It's amazing. So if you're good to drop every commitment there's an option.
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    My anxiety/depression medication gives me amazing dreams and nightmares. ?They're so creative it blows me away sometimes, that my mind can come up with stuff like that.
 
 
 
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