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    Dreams Make You Smarter, More Creative, Studies Suggest

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    Dreams Make You Smarter, More Creative, Studies Suggest

    REM sleep boosts memory, creativity, and more, experts announce.

    http://news.nationalgeographic.com/n...s-napping-rem/

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    I am dreaming rarely nowadays. My dreams started to disappear about half year after I finished with Roaccutane. Is there any good herbs to help with dreaming ?

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    supplement with magnesium and zinc, those two are very essential to sleeping. i just recieved my L-tryptophan and GABA, ill post back how well they work in a couple days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by strom View Post
    l tryptophan (really affects dreams).
    I found this too - such vivid, active dreams I felt like I never slept. Needless to say I only used it two nights.

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    Doesn't a hormone/chemical get released when you are dreaming? called DMT? that's where the dreaming come from.. well i am not sure if i am correct. but if you don't dream, it's fairly bad for you lol. my two cents.

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    I don't know about smarter. Hornier perhaps.
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    super vivid dreams are a very good sign people. you only dream like that during REM and thats the stage of sleep thats the most beneficial. dont be afraid of having vivid dreams, they are like short hallucenogenic trips...that your body needs to have

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    Deep REM (REM IV, I think?) is where you're mind takes a flying leap out of your body and you get the really wacky dreams. Luckily, (or unluckily if it's nightmares) I've had the all night long, freakishly vivid dreams my whole life. Dreams are also (in my mind) your psyche's way of working through issues and trials of life (your brain's back burner turned on high, so to speak.) That, for me, is one of the reasons I've been trying to get more sleep. If I can work my way through something asleep, it's one less thing to worry about when I'm awake. That and I've gotten some of my most brilliant ideas through dreams.
    "No fate but what we make"- Sarah Connor, Terminator 2
    Life is not a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in a pretty and well preserved body, but rather to skid in broadside, thoroughly used up, totally worn out, steak in one hand, chocolate in the other, yelling "Holy F***, What a Ride!"
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