Alright I have a bit of a rant about my dream last night because it was terrifying and it's a bit.. graphic/descriptive so heads up.

So I have a lot of trouble sleeping, I believe I may have insomnia, and so I really wanted to get some sleep last night and so I had the not so great idea to drink 1/4 of a bottle of NyQuil. It resulted in some REALLY scary and strange dreams unfortunately. More terrifying than normal because I get nightmares on a nightly basis.
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I had an attempt recently to yeet delete myself off of this world, and my nightmare was that I had ODed (method I used during my actual attempt) on the NyQuil and I didn't know I was dreaming so I'm thinking in my head "why did I do that? I don't want to go." I was told I had a seizure when I tried irl but don't remember it because I was in a coma. In my dream I was having a seizure again, but this time i was aware it was happening and it didn't feel like something that was just a few minutes, it was carried out and painful.

I really don't know what to do because I'm so so afraid of ODing on medication by accident again, but I need sleep. I'm so so tired because I barely sleep.

Anyway, I don't know. thanks for listening to my rant.

Acute Anxiety


Psychogenic non epileptic seizure


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  • Starlightie


    Have you been prescribed sleep aids before?

    • D3monicRat


      not really ig? I can't use melatonin tho but this post is 4 months old and it wasn't just the fact that I was so anxious all the time. My environment was playing a factor into why I wasn't getting sleep, and I'm staying with my aunt now so I'm sleeping better. I do have insomnia though + upper airway resistance syndrome (it's pretty much just sleep apnea) hence why I'm tired a lot. Just being in a calmer place though has helped a lot.

    • D3monicRat


      it also helps that it's been months since my unalive attempt and I'm in a much better place mentally.

      • Starlightie


        I didn't realize how far back this post was. Glad to hear you're doing better now!

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