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Magnesium and nightmares
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Since I started my magnesium supplements I've had the most lucid nightmares. Every night. And I'm not the type to have nightmares. Anyone else?

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I have lucid dreams if I take it before bed, otherwise just darkness and the black void. I would think dreaming is a good sign regardless of nightmares etc. You mention lucid, as in you have control right? I have been actually enjoying them, as it is like some kind of odd game, where you can control what you will. Perhaps because I used to play video games alot before my nerve issues, but I find them amusing and fun if I can summon, and change them right. Is very frustrating when not completely lucid or you get those ones where you seem to have restrictions on what you can do in them. I do sometimes get the bad ones, but regardless the details become blurrs a few hours after waking,

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Oh I'm so glad to hear I'm not alone.

Yes, the dreams that I have are fairly lucid. I can control them somewhat. It's like I'm really living them. As a teenager I could control my dreams 100% but I had to train myself to do it. Now if I take 200mg of that magnesium before bed, wham! And it's one nightmare per night  (within an hour of falling asleep) yet sometimes I get a good dream along for the ride. And the good dreams are really pretty. Like gorgeous sunsets at the beach...

ps when I was a hardcore gamer, I'd dream like I was playing a video game. Like the hud and score would be at the top and the dream would be somewhat framed.

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8 hours ago, Victoria1234 said:

Since I started my magnesium supplements I've had the most lucid nightmares. Every night. And I'm not the type to have nightmares. Anyone else?

Victoria1234,

Dreaming is a sign the Magnesium is working.

I went probably 10 years without remembering a dream and within the first week of taking Magnesium.  I now dream regularly.

posterboy,

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11 hours ago, Posterboy said:

Victoria1234,

Dreaming is a sign the Magnesium is working.

I went probably 10 years without remembering a dream and within the first week of taking Magnesium.  I now dream regularly.

posterboy,

 Thanks for letting me know!

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