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/x/, I need some good techniques to remember my dreams. Please, no drugs involved.
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>>30355057
>diary next to bed
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>>30355153
what if you don't remember anything as soon as you wake up
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>>30355224
you can't unvaccinate yourself, so i guess there's nothing you can do.
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>I need some good techniques to remember my dreams
lurk more and read books you stupid faggot
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>>30355057
Immediately after waking up, record yourself explaining the dream. If you do this every day you will be able to recall more and more about your dreams.
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>>30355243
not op but i don't remember anything as soon as i wake up, like i didn't dream at all
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idk, sleep 9+ hours
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>>30355254
What everyone else said but as you lay in bed trying to fall asleep meditate and repeat a mantra “I will remember my dreams” or something along those lines.
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Go to sleep earlier.
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>>30355057
Had a dream two nights ago that I was flirting with some fat bitch who had big tits and woke up with a massive erection. Then, last night, I dreamt I had an illness and I had to suck the milk out of a few of my female coworkers’ titties to survive. I don’t know what it means.
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>>30355057
This is a really dumb method that works really well if you don't have to get up early in the morning.
>Go to bed really late at night (2-3 am)
>force yourself up early (at around 6)
>Less sleep causes you to have more time REM sleeping and more intense REM sleep.
>More intense REM sleep = more intense dreams = more likely to remember dreams

You could also increase sugar intake before bed (a fun size pack of candy is all that's needed) to increase the likely hood of having a nightmare or more intense dream, which just makes it easier to remember.

I did this a couple of nights ago just to see what would happen and I still remember the dream pretty well.
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>>30355057
Try psychomanteum. It may trigger more vivid dreams which you will remember better.
Also make sure you're physically healthy and not stressed and have healthy sleeping rhythms (10PM-6AM or something).
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>>30355254
stop smoking weed and watching porn
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>>30355224
just write down the first thing you think of or the feelings you had/have while sleeping or when you awake



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