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I just noticed that I stop dreaming. Or I just don't remember it at all, but I feel that if I did dream, I should have some remembrance of it though....
Anybody have a similar experience? (lack of or non existence of dreams)
*I would like to say its like, I close my eyes, sleep and wake up.
My good sleep is still there,and dreams are heavy and pretty hardcore,I've always been a dreamer,but they are intense now!
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I'm not saying its a bad thing, still getting great sleep. But just noticed that I may have stopped dreaming recently. Not even sure exactly, not complaining cause I still feel refreshed and all. I guess I am the only one lol
I hope there is a black friday sale for this... about to be out
Well I am close to my last dose, so I decided to end it off with end notes of things that I have noticed.
Majority of what I have said on post # 17 still holds true through out usage of Lights Out
- stopped dreaming / or no recollection of dreaming at all, to describe it better is that I close my eyes, sleep, and wake up. I still wake up normally, no grogginess or anything. I have questioned a few other members who are logging Lights Out about the lack of dreaming part, and it seems that it may just be me. But I did have a dream last night, and it was really really weird and awkward.
- losing a bit of weight, the scale does not show much of a dip in weight, however girlfriend and other ladies around me mentioned about it
- I feel that it made my muscles more fuller, some muscle groups feels tighter than before and to tie in to others ladies around me kept saying my shoulders got rounder.
- no more upset stomach, it was a one time thing for me
To me, Lights Out itself allows me to fall asleep and keep me deep asleep like when I dose high on Benadryl, but without the hard to get up and grogginess during the day from it. With the added benefits in Lights Out I am swayed to not make another purchase for Benadryl or melatonin (my staple on getting some sleep) and plan to get more Lights Out after finishing of other sleeping stuff I left. Around 1 week in or so I find myself more care free and just become more chill of a guy, and my girlfriends is more merrier around me from it (very grateful for lol)
So if you are a person like me, who heavily, heavily relied on above normal dosage of Benadryl or melatonin for sleep, you got to give Lights Out a try.
Overall i-Force is a high quality supplement company, and I am not saying that because I got sponsored to use Lights Out. In fact I have used their Dexaprine (do half a tab the first time!!) and really really love it being a person who needs a boost here and there. I am just saying based on my previous supplements made by i-Force. I thoroughly enjoy/ed them and would continue supporting them without being verbally bias in the open. I really want to say thank you to Vaughn and the good people at i-Force that allowed me to run this log and those who may have followed along the log!
Sorry for being mia, had to make enough bank for gifts and churning out term papers.
If any questions still lingers about further feedback please pm or ask away.
And to comment about the lack of dreams part, I feel that its pretty accurate that Lights Out stopped me from dreaming and had better sleep.
Since running out and cycling between melatonin and benadryl till I buy a new bottle of Lights Out, I got dreams again. Waking up like I been tossing and turning all night (tired lower back aches as well) bad nights sleep regardless if i have a tiresome day or not.