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I know this sounds odd but it seems like I dream so much and it's so real that it's exhausting. I get plenty of hours of sleep a night but when I wake up i am so tired still and it seems like it because I have been dreaming so intensely and heavily. I know it's silly.
Also my dream have been odd, naturally...but just hard to explain. i dream about people and places and things that are 5, 10 even 15 years ago in my life. It like friend I haven't hung out with in years.
Also I use to do some partying back in my day years ago.... drinking smoking etc. None of which I do now obviously. but in my dreams I dream I am pregnant and doing these things. Which I absolutely hate, it's upsetting because I have not done anything harmful but I keep dreaming that I am. I wish i could somehow stop these dreams and dream about something a little happier.
I have been plagued with this as well. Night before last I had every bad dream in the book, it seems. Horror movie type mostly but I woke up to the dream of DH cheating on me. It does really suck bc it has a bad effect on your mentality for the day. Even just dreaming of ppl and things from your past that make u feel uncomfortable can have a bad effect on you.
As a child I was (and still am) deathly afraid of snakes and had/still have nightmares about them. My parents taught me a trick that seems odd but it used to work for me. I don't do it much anymore but maybe I should start since all these pg hormones are amping my dreams up.
The trick: Think about whatever you don't want to dream about as you're falling asleep and you won't dream of it. I have noticed that the things I tend to dream about are things I thought about much earlier in the day and not RIGHT before falling asleep.