Not eating anything before bed or anything like that but for the past 1-2 weeks now I've had a dream almost every night without fail with the
exception of about one day. I've changed my sleeping pattern to sleep earlier and wake up earlier if that has anything to do with it. Does this mean
I'm not sleeping as deeply or have I simply got a better memory?
I hear you, I have had more dreams this year than in ten, multiples every night, and crazy ones that seem more out of place that are not possible in
our reality. I just had one this week about 7-8 tornados in Anchorage. Never been in one, never personally seen one. I'm thinking stress can cause
out of place dreams, maybe?
No zombies eating my face though..... I'll pass!
edit on 1-6-2012 by AK907ICECOLD because: (no reason given)
It's not a matter of dreaming more, as much as a matter of remembering what you dreamt. which probably means you have been practicing remembering, or
you have been having dreams so memorable lately that you...well, remember
Hope it helps. I practiced remembering and haven't gone a night in the last six months without remembering my dreams. Before that it was almost every
week with only one or two nights of nothing
It's nothing bad, so I wouldn't worry about it
edit on 1-6-2012 by Monsatan because: (no reason given)
I've never been on any drugs I can assure you that . But it's really weird because it started all of a sudden, not gradually but just one night
it happened whereas most of my nights before that consisted of me not remembering any dreams...weird stuff
i started dreaming last month. i say started cuz for the entirety of my life, i usually only have 2 (maybe 3) dreams a year.
once my dreams kicked off last month, i was dreaming more nights than i wasn't and having several dreams a night. it seems to have hit a lull over the
past week or so and i'm not dreaming much but it was really really weird that i started dreaming out of the blue when i've never been a dreamer.
(and no...smoking had nothing to do with any of my dream issues)
edit on 6/1/12 by ICEKOHLD because: (no reason given)
Literally the same as me although the only difference is mine are still going and the only thing I changed was going to bed earlier and waking up
earlier seems totally random to have just started like that. But hey I'm not complaining though
Alright so i've been also dreaming a lot lately and that's why i am here (cause i was researching about it), i just made this account cause i think
i get it. After all this research i have noticed that most people that are experiencing these dreams (even multiple dreams in same night like what is
happening with me) have had made a change in their lives. some people quit weed after a long addiction then started dreaming, others just changed the
timing habits of their sleep (i saw several cases like this).
For me personally, just recently (3 weeks ago) i had quit online gaming after 5 years of addiction. I literally used to play AT LEAST 5 hours a day.
Since i quit online gamings, i've had alot of extra time each day which enabled me to also sleep at early times at like 10-11pm and having from 8 to
10 hours of sleep. When i used to play online games i used to sleep between 1-3am and barely having 5-6 hrs of sleep (except in weekends).
I remember when i used to play online games i rarely dreamt. But now since i have stopped gaming and started sleeping early I've BEEN DREAMING ALOT.
I am dreaming EVERYDAY and with MULTIPLE dreams (3-4 dreams in one night). i remember some dreams were even consecutive: the other one starts where
the last one ended but has a different story. I wouldn't say i had bad or good dreams, some were kinda bad and some were nice. Today i had an epic
one (Never new my mind could fit such heights and details). It was also a multiple and consecutive dreams (2-3 dreams) ending with high adrenaline (i
was in extreme heights) and epicness.
Some people have debunked eating cheese just before bed creates dreams, however, I do eat cheese just before bed, and I do have quite remarkable
dreams, mostly about work it seems, but I gave that up eight years ago!
I think "waking up earlier" definitely has a lot to do with it.
We're all dreaming all the time, but we forget most of them by the time we rouse ourselves from sleep.
The most likely reason for remembering a dream is being woken in the middle of it.
If your sleeping is more fitful, you're being woken in the middle of dreams more often, and so more likely to remember them.
edit on 1-10-2013 by DISRAELI because: (no reason given)
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