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I can feel it.... - July 18th 2010, 02:24 PM

I have this dream often of a zombie apocalypse. I don't even have the strength to watch zombie movies anymore for fear that I'll get idea's from it. I wouldn't care quite so much if I didn't feel every bit of the pain in my dream while I'm still asleep. It seems quite real to me until I wake up wide-eyed taking deep breathes from getting my throat ripped off. My dream starts when the world is already turned and I'm all alone and everyone around me is turned. I run as fast as I can, but where I'm at, there is never anywhere far to run. I'm always caught, then I have to feel that pain as I get my throat ripped out and wake up. They always seem to last forever also so I can never go back to sleep to shake it off. I feel completely shaken for the rest of the day. I now just woke up from one of these dreams and I still feel my legs tingling. What do I do to stop these nightmares?


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Re: I can feel it.... - July 18th 2010, 02:52 PM

Well, first of all, try not to eat anything for at least two or three hours before you go to sleep. That should help but that's really the only advice I can give.
   
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Re: I can feel it.... - July 18th 2010, 11:38 PM

Hi Kiersten,

That certainly sounds scary! Sometimes nightmares, particularly repetitive ones, are triggered by something going on in your life. It can be your subconscious's way of saying, "Hey! Something's not right here!" Is there something you know of going on that's bothering you?

The user falling_x recently posted an intriguing thread about interpreting dreams and nightmares that perhaps you would find interesting. It is located here, if you wish to take a gander.

Take care! xx
   
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