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... Magnesium feeds the nerves but I suggest taking it in the morning with food. Too much can cause excessively loose stools, which is how we know if were taking too much per day. Taking it at bedtime doesn't directly induce sleep. I think it is helpful overall for relaxing muscles, which in turn makes for more relaxing sleep. ... (1 replies)
Dreaming too much
Apr 25, 2007
... Basically, because dreaming is hard work. ... (1 replies)
Too much dreaming
Mar 26, 2012
... My age is 29.I have been dreaming all the night and waking up tired in the morning. This started happening from past 3years . Had weight gain about 10kgs. ... (2 replies)

... Hello mizz, Welcome to the sleep board! While dreaming too much, waking up every 2-3 hours, and non restorative sleep are symptoms of a sleep disorder, I would first look at the side effects of any medication you are taking or have taken recently. Anti depressants, sleep medications, and other meds can cause some serious sleep disturbances similar to the ones you... (3 replies)
Dreaming ALOT!
Apr 25, 2007
... Basically, because dreaming is hard work. ... (3 replies)
Dreaming too much
Feb 20, 2007
... Hi people, I have found that other people are like me, but couldn't find anyone putting a name on my "disorder" (if it really is one). I am 25 years old and I have this problem since as long as I can remember (at least 15 years ago). My symptoms are : I dream all the time (or at least, most of the time..). I can fall asleep very easily, never takes me... (1 replies)
... I had the same problem for years. I do have sleep apnea; however, even after starting on a CPAP machine I still had dreams all night and even if I dozed off during the day, which I did even after being on CPAP. I moved to Tampa, FL and had to find a new sleep doctor, I found a good one. After completing a new sleep study, with CPAP used, my Dr saw that I was not getting into... (2 replies)
Excessive Dreaming
May 23, 2011
... i recently started taking 1000 mcg of vitamin B12. i've noticed since that, i've started vividly dreaming every night. i don't get good sleep, because i am constantly being woken up by my dreams, it feels like i don't go into a deep sleep, just a dream state.... ... (0 replies)
... waking up every two hours, dreaming a lot. ... (3 replies)
Dreaming too much
Feb 21, 2007
... Hi Phil, I know what you are talking about I have the same thing happen to me when i sleep. I have very lucid dreams and I dont remember a night where I dont have dreams...I also wake up still in the dream at times and not knowing if it really happend or if it was a dream....until I fully wake up....and sometimes its hard to figure out because it is so lucid.... I also... (1 replies)
... Hi, I've had horrible fatigue since I was 14 and the doctor just figured out what's wrong this year. I have the alpha-EEG anomaly found in Fibromyalgia patients (but I don't have fibro...). The doctor got me on a medicine (Xyrem) that fixes the alpha wave intrusions that prevent you from being able to get normal deep (stages 3-4) sleep. Your brain actually sends awake... (15 replies)
... Please someone help, i dream all night long, every night. i can not recal one night that i did not have dreams. i often start dreaming before i even fall all the way asleep. if i were to take a 15 minute nap, i would dream. i wake up exhausted. ... (15 replies)
... Since I was a child, every few months or so, I get this image or thought in my head while I'm dreaming or after I immediately wake up. ... (2 replies)
... out for 12 hours. Took it again last night and it knocked me out for a few hours but I didn't feel good. I didn't feel like myself. The side effects are just too much for me. Taking an antipsychotic just to get a good night's sleep is not for me. Also I'm afraid of the long term effects. ... (1 replies)
... Shock shock ignore ignore. I look up. I'm on this street at night and I'm carrying a fan. I find I can't breathe but not panicky can't breathe. But thinking too much about not breathing gets me panicked and I struggle. No change still on the street with the fan in my arms. Struggle struggle POP! ... (78 replies)
... If it's not narcolepsy, it could be not getting enough magnesium. From what I've read, magnesium deficiency can cause sleep problems. Magnesium is known as the most powerful relaxation mineral, and may help with anxiety, worry, etc as well. (2 replies)
... this happens to you...I have had the same exact thing happen to me for nearly 5 years. It's not all the time and it's usually when I'm stressed or when I've had too much to drink the night before. ... (10 replies)
... I also seem to be kicking into REM sleep way too much. ... (2 replies)
... In my case, Trazadone caused the palms of myhands to feel like they were burning in the last couple of hours I was stll trying to sleep it off/1 (12 replies)
... I don't think Trazadone would work long term for a person like me, it ADHD, and ho is a very light sleeper. Can you tell me more about sonata and if it lasts longer before waking you up? I'm thinking here'shas to be something thta's long acting or on a CR that sucessfully keeps people asleep a real 8 hours! (12 replies)

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