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Liam_12

782d

Idk what to do because I keep getting nightmare

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    • kingseijuro

      779d

      i take prazosin for my nightmares. I used to get intense nightmares every night but now it is kinda rare for me to! I only had to be upped once. it's pretty impressive, actually, and I recommend it!

    • kingseijuro

      779d

      i take prazosin for my nightmares. I used to get intense nightmares every night but now it is kinda rare for me to! I only had to be upped once. it's pretty impressive, actually, and I recommend it!

    • Sleepysleeps

      782d

      I had an EMDR therapist once tell me that nightmares were our brains natural way of healing from the trauma. It’s not fun and I’ve had plenty but I never try to stop them and as time goes on they become less frequent. (complex trauma here) However I’m sure there’s ways to suppress them but I wanted to share this with you just in case it makes you feel a little more hopeful. 💕

    • uniquely_me

      782d

      Prazosin at 4mg does amazing things for nightmares!

    • kbunny

      782d

      I have the same problem and was told that after i wake up from the nightmare, to calm down, and then try to go back in the dream and control, or imagine the dream and control it, like imagine a good ending, or that you get saved, or something positive to "win" in the dream, so your brain can better process it

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