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    Iron gives X-Dreams a dry run...


    So, as a guy who has had sleeping problems for the past 5-6 years...I was more than enthusiastic when a company like IBE said they were going to release a sleep/relaxation specific supplement. I was even more excited when they sent me over a free bottle.

    I've been using it for the past week and I feel I should share my experiences with you guys.

    I love nuerobalance with a passion, and was hoping this could more or less be nuero in pill form. I was pleasantly surprised.

    After the first night I took X-Dream I was a little skeptical. I got a nice little euphoric buzz for about 2 hours but had trouble falling asleep and staying asleep that night.

    So the next night I tried again. I decided to take it closer to when I wanted to actually sleep, and it did wonders. I slept through the entire night.

    ...and the next night the same.

    I decided to lay off of it last night though, due to some things LMD has said about tolerance.


    Overall, so far, I've gotten a nice little euphoric feeling from this, and have become extremely relaxed. I don't wake up any more or less refreshed than I do without it, but I do tend to sleep throughout the night and not wake up, as I normally do. Dreams are much more vivid and intense.

    All in all, so far, really like this product...

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    Nice. Why doesnt anyone ever offer me free product to try? I feel like there is a conspiracy going on around here.....

    PI, have you tried ambien b4? Im just wondering what it could be compared to.
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    PI,

    When the student is ready, the supp will appear.

    Seriously, I feel ya. It just takes being in the right place at the right time. And the occasional handjob.




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    moti, don't tell piston our secrets...

    pp, never tried ambien, sorry. the only sleep aids i've used have been neurobalance, valerian root, tylenol pm and a supp that has a combo of: Calcium, Magnesium, L-Taurine, Melatonin, Valerian, Hops, Skullcap, Chamomile, Passion Flower

    i wouldn't really make a comparison to any but nuero.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PumpingIron View Post
    moti, don't tell piston our secrets...

    pp, never tried ambien, sorry. the only sleep aids i've used have been neurobalance, valerian root, tylenol pm and a supp that has a combo of: Calcium, Magnesium, L-Taurine, Melatonin, Valerian, Hops, Skullcap, Chamomile, Passion Flower

    i wouldn't really make a comparison to any but nuero.
    And how did it compare to nuero?
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    nuero never really made me that drowsy, so take the nice low key 'buzz' you get from neuro and add a more intense element of relaxation and sleepiness to it...
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    Quote Originally Posted by PumpingIron View Post
    nuero never really made me that drowsy, so take the nice low key 'buzz' you get from neuro and add a more intense element of relaxation and sleepiness to it...
    thanks.
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    X-Dream didn't do anything as far as staying asleep the first night, but I think for the few hours I did sleep it must have been deep sleep??? Because I still woke up fresh.

    2nd night, last night, I was out all night. Best 6 hours of sleep in a long time.
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    wierd, the same thing basically happened with me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PumpingIron View Post
    wierd, the same thing basically happened with me.
    maybe tolerance built up from neuro?
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    I haven't used nuero in over a month. I love the stuff but it's just too expensive for me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PumpingIron View Post
    I haven't used nuero in over a month. I love the stuff but it's just too expensive for me.
    Would you be fully recovered in a month of no neuro?
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    I don't think those receptors would take that long to recover, seeing as how when I used Nuero it wasn't a daily thing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PumpingIron View Post
    I don't think those receptors would take that long to recover, seeing as how when I used Nuero it wasn't a daily thing.
    oh i see.
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    Did You Have Any Issues With Being Drowsy In The Morning?... I Wake Up Early Every Morning For Work But Have A Horrible Time Falling Asleep... I Normally Take 25-50 Mg Of Benadryl An Hour Before Bed... But Usually Have Trouble In The Mornings.... I Was A Habituall Marijuanna Smoker For 5 Years Or So... And Quit About A Year And A Half Ago... Ive Had Sleeping Problems Ever Since...
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    I loved the wacky tobacky myself and once i quit, my sleep problems worsened.

    I can't take benzo's like benadryl for sleep. They tend to have the inverse affect on me.

    But I haven't been groggy or drowsy any morning yet.
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