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Cynic Kaka
October 5th, 2008, 09:00 PM
Well, I've been having a series of dreams, each day they're getting worse.

They always end up with me dying in hospitals though.

How do I get rid of these dreams?

Infamous Amos
October 5th, 2008, 09:10 PM
Just do what I do:
Don't sleep.

Proto
October 5th, 2008, 09:19 PM
Just do what I do:
Don't sleep.
Wow, um, good advice there.

There are herbal teas you can drink that can help to keep you from dreaming. I've never tried them, and have no idea if they actually work, but it might be worth researching.

Have you ever tried to do that.. you know, take-control-of-your-dreams thing? There was a rather large thread about it in OC not too long ago. Hmm.. *search*

Hiidoran
October 5th, 2008, 09:24 PM
You know, dreams sometimes tend to have some reflection of the thoughts in your subconscious mind.
Have there been any recent happenings in your life that would make you think of such morbid things?
Or perhaps there is something you don't wish to think about and this is your body's way of venting something you are trying to suppress?

My advice would be to try and get to the bottom of why you are having these awful dreams in the first place. Try thinking of issues you may be having lately and see if they correlate. Once you find your "x" factor, the dreams should stop coming all together.
Good luck, my friend.

Master Jecht
October 5th, 2008, 09:42 PM
write about it on paper and then rip it up. That always worked for me as a kid when i had bad reoccurring dreams.

.:Kanto:.
October 5th, 2008, 10:10 PM
Umm.. Maybe those dreams are a sign? Then again I have dreams of me falling all the time. It might seem odd. But I like them.

Azzurra
October 5th, 2008, 10:12 PM
You could get some medication that might work, or see a doctor about it.

Tyrantrum
October 5th, 2008, 11:13 PM
Maybe just stay up kind of late..?
I'm not sure, because I rarely have dreams anymore. :<

So..I guess..try thinking of happy thoughts?

♣Gawain♣
October 6th, 2008, 02:42 AM
Maybe, you should go to your local psychologist. They often give some advices there. And if you don't sleep, you'll be tired and groggy the next day, hindering your progress for the day.

Jubilation
October 6th, 2008, 02:49 AM
Let me get my dream guide out - it says that it's a place of healing where balance is maintained, I hope that helps

Thrace
October 6th, 2008, 02:55 AM
I agree with Wind~. Whenever I stay up late or go to sleep feeling tired I don't have dreams that night.

.Iramet
October 16th, 2008, 02:34 PM
I see why you don't want to have the dreams I am sort of afraid of hospital's.
I don't have any professional advice for you but you could maybe try and think of something while your falling asleep so you could dream about that, it always works for me.
Another thing you could try is lucid dreaming.
Lucid dreaming is when you are in a dream and realize it in time to do what you want.
But you have to start keeping a journal of your dreams to help identify what is normally in your dream.
Hope I helped.
^_^

Chairzard
October 18th, 2008, 12:53 AM
Are you aware that there are people in this world that have a severe medical condition which causes them to be that way? My mother for instance is one of those people. She is a truck driver that has bad knees and a bad back from driving the truck but you probably do not care about that case either. Oh well I am not one of those people I am 6'4" 245lbs and I exercise every day. I would love to see you say something like to my mother in front of me. Probably never happen though you are probably just an internet tough guy. I doubt very seriously you would say that to someones face. Just my thought. What do you think. Oh I am sorry you probably do not have a brain. I on the other hand will be happy to buy you a plane ticket to come here and see if you have the nerve to say that to someone I know.

Gold warehouse
October 18th, 2008, 01:13 AM
@ Chairzard

What on earth are you talking about? I don't see how anything posted in this topic can be seen as offensive.

@ the topic
I used to have dreams alot and I think they come from negative thoughts somewhere in your subconscious, when I stopped feeling so negative they went now I'm an optimist and I havn't had a single dream for 3 years now (at least, I havn't had a dream I can remember)

If you don't have any worries or negative thoughts then I cn't help you, you could try searching around on the net or go to a specialist.

Syrex
October 18th, 2008, 05:04 AM
I can't stand dreams and here is why.

About 3 or 4 years ago, When I was 13. I kept have the same reoccuring dream that my grandma was going to die while in her heart surgery. Well, soon enough after her heart surgery. She passed away.

Another instance was, I'd say about 2 years ago. I had a dream that my mother would be in a horrible accident while on her way to work. Well, One her way to work she had an accident. Which broke her neck and had to get back surgery to re-align her spine.

I still dream, but I force myself to wakeup when I start to dreams. I don't really get much sleep anymore.

Although, There is a sleep-aid called Lunesta you can get from your doctor that I heard makes you sleep without dreams. I'd take this, but only one pill makes you feel drunk and you see hallucations.

Virtual Chatot
October 18th, 2008, 05:13 AM
Pomegranate tea will help to stimulate good dreams, and Peppermint tea will help you to forget what you were dreaming about when you woke up.

Sadly, both will keep up awake, since they both have caffine. The payout is good if you can force yourself to sleep though.

Both are availible in stores like Walmart or Kroger.

Hope I helped any

Lusankya
October 18th, 2008, 05:15 AM
I would suggest that you see a psychiatrist, especially if anything's changed in your life since they began.

Zetta-Chan
October 18th, 2008, 04:25 PM
This is happening to me to. Except, I dream about my past away Grandma. I see her in a mirror and then when I try to speak she disapears. It scares me, I have to look into those teas.

billionbucks25
October 19th, 2008, 07:11 PM
do you voleentarily go to sleep or do you fall asleep

I always wake up scared and sweaty when i fall asleep but if i say prayers before going to sleep, i can sleep peacefuly

i have a question as well..all my family members tell me they dreamt about our past away grandfather but i never do. Is it beause i wasn't clse to him?

/Circa
October 20th, 2008, 12:48 AM
do you voleentarily go to sleep or do you fall asleep

I always wake up scared and sweaty when i fall asleep but if i say prayers before going to sleep, i can sleep peacefuly

i have a question as well..all my family members tell me they dreamt about our past away grandfather but i never do. Is it beause i wasn't clse to him?

If you don't even know him, how are you supposed to dream about him? xD

You do realise you control your dreams, whatever your thinking will go into your dreams. :)

thorn96
October 20th, 2008, 12:57 AM
I had a lucid dream once... it was pretty bad.

I was in a field of flowers. Nothing else. I just walked around for a while, before thinking
"This is gay. WAKE UP @$$HOLE!!!!"

And I did. :-S

I can't stand dreams and here is why.

About 3 or 4 years ago, When I was 13. I kept have the same reoccuring dream that my grandma was going to die while in her heart surgery. Well, soon enough after her heart surgery. She passed away.

Another instance was, I'd say about 2 years ago. I had a dream that my mother would be in a horrible accident while on her way to work. Well, One her way to work she had an accident. Which broke her neck and had to get back surgery to re-align her spine.

I still dream, but I force myself to wakeup when I start to dreams. I don't really get much sleep anymore.

Although, There is a sleep-aid called Lunesta you can get from your doctor that I heard makes you sleep without dreams. I'd take this, but only one pill makes you feel drunk and you see hallucations.

You have something called the "third eye". I'm pretty sure you know what that means. For noobs out there, it means you can see into the
future. I can do it too. I can sometimes predict what Simpsons episode is going to come on in the following evening. Subconsciously, but still...

Yeah I know. "Shut up Thorn, no-one believes in that crap". Lol.

Motsuko Live
October 20th, 2008, 02:08 AM
... a dream thread? Deja Vu. >>

Dreams often represent something going on in your life. Be it good or bad, if your subconscious decides to be a jerk that night, you're going to dream about it. There are plenty of dream books that explain various dream meanings, and I'm sure you could find a few free resources on the web. Look up "Dying (http://www.freedreaminterpretation.co.uk/2470,Die.html)" and "Hospital (http://www.freedreaminterpretation.co.uk/2863,Hospital.html)". (those were linked, in case you didn't notice.) Discover what these mean, and how they relate to your life. If you find the cause, the solution shouldn't be too hard to find.

Anyway, hope this helps. Dreams can be a really scary experience, so good luck!

Gold warehouse
October 20th, 2008, 06:44 AM
I can sometimes predict what Simpsons episode is going to come on in the following evening. Subconsciously, but still...

Yeah I know. "Shut up Thorn, no-one believes in that crap". Lol.

Lol I discussed this on another forum, we concluded that they play the episodes in a certain order or something and somewhere in our subconscious we remember what episode is coming next based on the last few. Many people have this "Simpson sight" :P

Tater Tot
October 20th, 2008, 06:55 AM
I've been having dreams about my cat Brady, recently. He died the first of October, and I keep having dreams about him coming back to life. I wish those would stop. ><

I really don't think there is any way to stop a bad dream. Just try to think about happy thoughts before you go to sleep. That may help.

EmpoleMew
October 20th, 2008, 03:03 PM
Lol I discussed this on another forum, we concluded that they play the episodes in a certain order or something and somewhere in our subconscious we remember what episode is coming next based on the last few. Many people have this "Simpson sight" :P

I can do this with almost any show I watch regularly. After not seeing an episode in a while, the memory of that episode suddenly springs up. About a week later, its on tv. :P

As for dreams, you can think about something that amuses you as you're drifting off into sleep. I don't dream a lot, but it does work.

Ever since I could remember, I've had reoccuring(I don't care how you spell that.) dreams where either me, or random people died by being hit by trains. I know, weird.

True Reign
October 20th, 2008, 03:43 PM
For your case, I would try and figure out why I am having such bad thoughts (which eventually turn into your nightmares).

I am scared of heights and sometimes I have dreams of me falling from the sky. When I hit the ground, I do not wake up or anything. The dream just starts all over again, but when I wake up my back used to hurt ALOT and it was terrible.

billionbucks25
October 20th, 2008, 05:58 PM
I had a lucid dream once... it was pretty bad.

I was in a field of flowers. Nothing else. I just walked around for a while, before thinking
"This is gay. WAKE UP @$$HOLE!!!!"

And I did. :-S



You have something called the "third eye". I'm pretty sure you know what that means. For noobs out there, it means you can see into the
future. I can do it too. I can sometimes predict what Simpsons episode is going to come on in the following evening. Subconsciously, but still...

Yeah I know. "Shut up Thorn, no-one believes in that crap". Lol.
OMG I can predict the next episode of any one of my favorite tv shows. The only catch is that I can't predict what I want to see or I can't force myself to predict something. I just innocently wander off my head and think of an episode and one or two days later, it will be on!

thorn96
October 20th, 2008, 09:02 PM
I can also sense people's presence, and see where people are with my eyes closed
(sometimes).

Now, tell me that's not weird. Lawl ;-).

the bitter end.
October 22nd, 2008, 05:18 PM
Hm, I know I always have wierd dreams, but I am able to manipulate them rather well, perhaps you could try that...

Star★Seeker
October 22nd, 2008, 05:54 PM
It seems I havesome monor precognition ability within my dreams, I've seen some things from the future (just a minor glimpse when I gain some conciousness in the dream) in my dreams and immediatly after I wake up I forget them. The when it happens, it's like 'bang!' I dreamt this! They're usually lesser events, but once I have actually dreamed of something related to death. The day my cat died we went to get pizza and I accidently mentioned something related to cats, to which my heartbroken sister said, "Don't say that, it makes me feel sad."

thorn96
October 22nd, 2008, 09:35 PM
It seems I havesome monor precognition ability within my dreams, I've seen some things from the future (just a minor glimpse when I gain some conciousness in the dream) in my dreams and immediatly after I wake up I forget them. The when it happens, it's like 'bang!' I dreamt this! They're usually lesser events, but once I have actually dreamed of something related to death. The day my cat died we went to get pizza and I accidently mentioned something related to cats, to which my heartbroken sister said, "Don't say that, it makes me feel sad."


Errm... too much information. Interesting, though. I can tell the future too, and not just
Simpsons episodes like above. BTW where I live, the Simpsons episodes aren't shown in
any particular order. Weird that I can predict them, huh? And it's not just deja vu. I know it's not!


Wait. Now I'm ranting again. Aw man...

Volkner's Apprentice
October 23rd, 2008, 10:37 PM
It seems I havesome monor precognition ability within my dreams, I've seen some things from the future (just a minor glimpse when I gain some conciousness in the dream) in my dreams and immediatly after I wake up I forget them. The when it happens, it's like 'bang!' I dreamt this! They're usually lesser events, but once I have actually dreamed of something related to death. The day my cat died we went to get pizza and I accidently mentioned something related to cats, to which my heartbroken sister said, "Don't say that, it makes me feel sad."

That's how deja vu works, I've done the same thing. It's kind of odd, really, that the concept of deja vu works opposite. Humans may have the ability to see the future with an unconscious mind and then realize later that they've felt this moment before. It's really not that helpful because they are usually lesser events like a friend singing a song at your lunch table or someone telling a terrible joke and someone else comments on it. XDD