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>> No. 27547 Anonymous
19th October 2018
Friday 3:03 am
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I'm afraid to sleep lads. I keep havimg nightmares.
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>> No. 27548 Anonymous
19th October 2018
Friday 5:32 am
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Sorry to hear that lad.

Do you have any idea if there's a trigger behind them? I had some pretty brutal ones and I found that a few simple CBT sessions really cleared them up.
>> No. 27550 Anonymous
19th October 2018
Friday 3:41 pm
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>>27547
I've suffered from night terrors for years and they are usually induced by times of stress. I have abnormal stress responses anyway, so I think the nightmares are an extension of that. I've been given a few different medications over the years to help me have a dreamless sleep, with differing success. Therapy is by far the best method of combating the mechanisms which induce nightmares.

If you're really in a bind though, high doses of Diazepam and even small doses of Amitriptyline have helped me.
>> No. 27551 Anonymous
19th October 2018
Friday 7:53 pm
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What kind of nightmares? I'm normally entertained by the horror film type ones and more bothered by dreams of losing my flat or one where I've been on holiday for a week and just realised I've left the cat no food.

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