1. Androsclerosis

    Anabolism all the time = more dreams. Why?

    Sincer started eating 500g+ carbs a day, a meal every 2 hours I started sleeping way deeper but at the same time I always have vivid dreams. I don't wake up tired but I would like to know why it happens. I remember when I was not peating, dreams were very rare. I think that my mind was on low...
  2. GreekDemiGod

    Vivid dreams from Glycine - Good or Bad?

    Been taking Glycine pure powder before bed, as it was recommended on Twitter for sleep quality / stress reduction, and it's giving me vivid dreams. And I was wondering if it's a good sign of the brain / mind becoming more creative. Does it interfere with deep sleep, because I feel myself...
  3. JamesGatz

    Are Dreams created by the body for specific purposes ?

    I have been experimenting with different sleeping positions lately and I notice that every time I awake from sleep from a wet dream - I am always laying on my back - when I go to sleep I always try to sleep either on my side or more recently I have been testing going to sleep sitting up in a...
  4. ScurveDream

    Chronic Pain Relieved Greatly By Benadryl/diphenhydramine & Nightmares (story-time)?

    I'm including details here that I've never told anyone/written that much about to my knowledge, but all of it does not need to be read if you're not used to my extremely long, often (arguably) strange posts I make here. So I was going to post here about it (the pain), but figured it would be a...
  5. Grapelander

    Lucid Dreaming: Increased Connectivity Between Frontopolar Cortex & Temporoparietal Areas

    Frequent lucid dreaming associated with increased functional connectivity between frontopolar cortex and temporoparietal association areas. Compared to controls, the frequent lucid dream group showed significantly increased resting-state functional connectivity between left aPFC and bilateral...
  6. haidut

    Babies Experience Life As An LSD Trip, As A Result Of Their High Metabolism

    Peat wrote a few times on the brain's innate need to dream and how anti-serotonin chemicals like LSD removes the barriers on consciousness imposed by an authoritarian culture. He said that the ability to dream in an awake state is an indication of high metabolic rate and that is a testament to...
  7. O

    B6-Toxcicity And Insomnia/sleep Disturbances

    Hello, I am from Holland. I have tested my blood and my vitamin B6 blood level is 345 mol/L. (Normal reference are 26-105) So this too much high. I took for two months Multivitamin with also Pyridoxine CHL 2.3 mg inside. I have weird/bizarre/lucid dreams at the moment and sleep...
  8. EndAllDisease

    The Physiology Of Dreams

    I haven't had many dreams that I remember since I was a kid. I haven't had an extremely high metabolism since then either. Could the two be related and what is the function of dreaming?
  9. B

    Lucid dreams when I don't eat protein before bed

    RP recommended that high protein meals be consumed in the morning, and high fat/sugar at night before bed (like ice cream). It was very noticeable that when I didn't eat cheese before bed, if I was too lazy to get up and eat some, I would have lucid dreams all night long. It's a very consistent...