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    My first night with X-Dream


    Starting late last year I developed some insomnia and anxiety problems. (unsatisfied with career, life etc.) They got much worse after getting fired in February. Sleep did not come easy as my mind raced trying to figure out what to do with my life and if I was going to make it. I tried melatonin, 5-htp, valerian and countless other sleep aids to no avail. The only thing that worked would be about 5 benadryl, but the next day I was barely alive.

    Last night about 11:15 I opened up 2 caps of X-Dream and poured them under my tongue. It tasted awful, like coffee grounds that had been floating in a truck stop toilet for a few days. It eventually dissolved. I sat in bed and read for about 35 minutes until I thought I was groggy, turned off the light and laid down. Thats when my typical nightly experience of my heart pounding in my chest and reverberating throughout multiple points in my body started. (Caused by being an anxiety sufferer, we have more adrenaline in our system, and constant worrying means we're permanently on the edge of panic, which causes adrenaline to be released that leads to palpations.) So I laid there for about 15-20 minutes thinking great, I'm going to be the one person in the world that X-Dream wont work for, which led to even more anxiety. And then, all of the sudden I was out. I didn't sleep straight through the night, I actually woke up several times, which was good because my dreams were so freaking intense I needed a few minutes to tell myself that it was just a dream. Sitting here now I can't remember exactly what they were, I just remember how I felt after waking from them. I plan on keeping some paper by my bed tonight to write them down as I wake up.

    Definetly a good experience, made sleeping fun again. I guess it just takes more time to work in my system than others. I may try just swallowing the caps tonight, because I may have lost some of the powder when I was opening them. If you're skeptical, give it a shot it will be a ride you will enjoy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nevergoodenough View Post
    Starting late last year I developed some insomnia and anxiety problems. (unsatisfied with career, life etc.) They got much worse after getting fired in February. Sleep did not come easy as my mind raced trying to figure out what to do with my life and if I was going to make it. I tried melatonin, 5-htp, valerian and countless other sleep aids to no avail. The only thing that worked would be about 5 benadryl, but the next day I was barely alive.

    Last night about 11:15 I opened up 2 caps of X-Dream and poured them under my tongue. It tasted awful, like coffee grounds that had been floating in a truck stop toilet for a few days. It eventually dissolved. I sat in bed and read for about 35 minutes until I thought I was groggy, turned off the light and laid down. Thats when my typical nightly experience of my heart pounding in my chest and reverberating throughout multiple points in my body started. (Caused by being an anxiety sufferer, we have more adrenaline in our system, and constant worrying means we're permanently on the edge of panic, which causes adrenaline to be released that leads to palpations.) So I laid there for about 15-20 minutes thinking great, I'm going to be the one person in the world that X-Dream wont work for, which led to even more anxiety. And then, all of the sudden I was out. I didn't sleep straight through the night, I actually woke up several times, which was good because my dreams were so freaking intense I needed a few minutes to tell myself that it was just a dream. Sitting here now I can't remember exactly what they were, I just remember how I felt after waking from them. I plan on keeping some paper by my bed tonight to write them down as I wake up.

    Definetly a good experience, made sleeping fun again. I guess it just takes more time to work in my system than others. I may try just swallowing the caps tonight, because I may have lost some of the powder when I was opening them. If you're skeptical, give it a shot it will be a ride you will enjoy.
    Glad you enjoyed it. The bioavailability is great, so definitely swallow the capsules. It will take just about as long to take effect. I can't for the life of me remember if the molecule is small enough for sublingual administration. Either way, definitely report back tomorrow how you liked it via oral administration.

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    Reading your story, I've got the same issues with sleep. I've tried all the naturals stuff, benedryl, tylenol pm, currently using 3 excedrine pm and still not sleeping well. Where can I get my hands on some of this x-dream? I've never heard of it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by sgcarpenter View Post
    Reading your story, I've got the same issues with sleep. I've tried all the naturals stuff, benedryl, tylenol pm, currently using 3 excedrine pm and still not sleeping well. Where can I get my hands on some of this x-dream? I've never heard of it!
    Nutra Planet carries it, and it is in stock right now!

    X-Dream is great- it knocks me out every time I take it, subingually or taken in capsule form orally.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DAdams91982 View Post
    Glad you enjoyed it. The bioavailability is great, so definitely swallow the capsules. It will take just about as long to take effect. I can't for the life of me remember if the molecule is small enough for sublingual administration. Either way, definitely report back tomorrow how you liked it via oral administration.

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    Will do definetely. I'm also curious how 1 cap during the day may work as a relaxant for anxiety attacks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sgcarpenter View Post
    Reading your story, I've got the same issues with sleep. I've tried all the naturals stuff, benedryl, tylenol pm, currently using 3 excedrine pm and still not sleeping well. Where can I get my hands on some of this x-dream? I've never heard of it!
    I got my from nutraplanet too.
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    Took 2 caps the old fashioned way last night about 10:30. Got into bed about 11, and probably fell asleep 30-45 minutes after that. Not as quickly as I would have liked, but much faster than I'm used to. Didn't have the intense dreams like I did the night before. Woke up at 3 and fell back a sleep right away, up again at 4 and it took me an hour to fall back to sleep. Woke up to my alarm after that, a little groggy at first but then felt good.

    I am just finishing up a cycle of Epistane, last day is sunday. I know a lot of people have reported insomnia from it, I could never tell because I always have it. Could the Epi be interfering with the X-Dream at all?
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    Quote Originally Posted by nevergoodenough View Post
    Took 2 caps the old fashioned way last night about 10:30. Got into bed about 11, and probably fell asleep 30-45 minutes after that. Not as quickly as I would have liked, but much faster than I'm used to. Didn't have the intense dreams like I did the night before. Woke up at 3 and fell back a sleep right away, up again at 4 and it took me an hour to fall back to sleep. Woke up to my alarm after that, a little groggy at first but then felt good.

    I am just finishing up a cycle of Epistane, last day is sunday. I know a lot of people have reported insomnia from it, I could never tell because I always have it. Could the Epi be interfering with the X-Dream at all?
    I know some people get a slight rush from Epi, so taking it well before bed may be beneficial. Though you are about done, so I wouldnt worry heavily about it.

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