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Originally posted by rickymouse
Peanuts have nicotinic acid, a form of Niacin that is readily available to the body. They also have tryptothan which can be turned into Niacin. The Niacin compounds can do some strange things with dreams. I personally wouldn't eat a lot of peanut butter before going to sleep. Protein is hard to digest at night. a thin PB and Jelly sandwich is a good latenight snack made with about a tablespoon of PB. Too much of anything isn't good for a person.
Originally posted by AkumaStreak
reply to post by LexiconV
Try it. I don't think most of you realize what I'm saying. I'm not talking about dreaming about a fuzzy boob for three seconds before it fades out and you realize you're in bed in your Spongebob pajamas. Did we not see Inception?edit on 6/25/2012 by AkumaStreak because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by 1BornPatriot
there is a easier way - I use it when I want to - basically, you read until you feel sleepy and are about to turn off the light. the last thing you do is read your bookmarker - I will be able to control tonights dream - and it works like magic - and its that simple. my book marker is a 3X5 index card which to mark my spot.
I have noticed that I start dreaming about what I was reading alot and some times cant control everything in my dream and I rarely accomplish what I set out to do in my dreams but I do recall them with clearity.edit on 25-6-2012 by 1BornPatriot because: (no reason given)