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Samick
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3AM dreams
PostPosted: Tue 06 Nov, 2012  Reply with quote

Two days in a row I had a nightmare and when I woke up it was 3AM. I wrote it to my DJ and was surprised a bit, because my DR isn't good usually I don't remember dreams which happened during an early sleep cycle (both of these days I went to sleep around 12PM). Does anybody else have nightmares or gets up exactly at 3AM?


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NumlockCube
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PostPosted: Sat 24 Nov, 2012  Reply with quote

Wow. Get outta here, Mr Spammer. (jer118, who just made 2 posts in 1 minute.)

(1)Nope, I never have nightmares. They finished when I was around 16?
(2)Sometimes.

That's all I have to say. >>>_>>>


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Re: 3AM dreams
PostPosted: Sat 24 Nov, 2012  Reply with quote

Samick wrote:
Two days in a row I had a nightmare and when I woke up it was 3AM. I wrote it to my DJ and was surprised a bit, because my DR isn't good usually I don't remember dreams which happened during an early sleep cycle (both of these days I went to sleep around 12PM). Does anybody else have nightmares or gets up exactly at 3AM?


I do have a nightmare from time to time but not much. Well this could only mean that your sleep cycle is pretty stable. I mean you can use that in you advantage. Maybe it's a good bet that one of your next cycles will be over around 6 am so you can wake up around 5:15 and do WBTB or adjust waking time to the time you usually stay awake for WBTB. Keep in mind that your cycle might end around 6 so give yourself at least 30 minutes to dream...

It's good to have that in your advantage, experiment a little bit and use it!

Good luck! ^^



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PostPosted: Sat 24 Nov, 2012  Reply with quote

Sometimes when I get up and feel that I've slept possibly the entire night. (I don't have an alarm clock, or a clock in sight in my room). I will get up and look at a clock, and it is either exactly 2:00am, or 2:30am. usually the latter. I'm not sure at what point this happened, but I believe my cycle has attuned itself to wake up around that time... Which is very inconvenient for me...


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Comet the cat
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PostPosted: Sun 02 Dec, 2012  Reply with quote

Is the nightmare the same each time? Maybe if it's something on your mind try to use it to your advantage and realize the next time you have that nightmare that you are dreaming :D


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Samick
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PostPosted: Sun 02 Dec, 2012  Reply with quote

Comethecat wrote:
Is the nightmare the same each time? Maybe if it's something on your mind try to use it to your advantage and realize the next time you have that nightmare that you are dreaming :D


No. They were not the same. Every one of them were completely different, but they stopped for now.



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Fractalica
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PostPosted: Mon 17 Dec, 2012  Reply with quote

Happens to me... always 3:00 or 3:30 am. If not, around 6:00 am. Like someone said, I think it means that we have stable sleep cycles... which I guess is a good thing for LDing! smile


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PostPosted: Tue 18 Dec, 2012  Reply with quote

That's kind of freaky.. I've been told stories of how 3am is the hour of the devil and many people would wake up at 3am smelling fire and crazy stuffs happen. tounge2 Heh, but yeah it's probably your sleep cycle's ending point.

I rarely ever get nightmares. People would think thats good..but I actually would love to have some nightmares. Consider yourself lucky, it's actually quite easy to become lucid from nightmares.



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PostPosted: Tue 18 Dec, 2012  Reply with quote

StarryGwee wrote:
That's kind of freaky.. I've been told stories of how 3am is the hour of the devil and many people would wake up at 3am smelling fire and crazy stuffs happen. tounge2 Heh, but yeah it's probably your sleep cycle's ending point.

I rarely ever get nightmares. People would think thats good..but I actually would love to have some nightmares. Consider yourself lucky, it's actually quite easy to become lucid from nightmares.


I never get nightmares either... wouldn't mind one or two as it makes it so much easier for me to become lucid.



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Satan
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PostPosted: Thu 03 Jan, 2013  Reply with quote

That's interesting... now that I think about it every time I have a nightmare I get up between 3 and 4AM. Could just be a coincidence though, as I have nightmares so rarely that the chances of them happening at the same time every time are not that slim.

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