Melatonin and b6

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jbasketball410
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Melatonin and b6

Postby jbasketball410 » 28 Dec 2012 07:05

Hey guys, I'm a sort of beginner. Last year I was really into lucid dreaming and I had two successful lucid dreams( successful is defined loosely). Anywho, I've gotten back into it and have started up my dream journal. I also am interested in increasing my vividness and recall so I was wondering if b6 and/or melatonin would help.

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equesatrum
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Re: Melatonin and b6

Postby equesatrum » 20 Mar 2013 05:13

Melatonin will definitely give you more vivid dreams (and help you fall asleep).

I'm not sure about B6, I started taking a B-complex vitamin, but it only has 5mg of B6. I kept reading it's dangerous to take more than 10mg on a daily basis. I know a lot of people suggest B6 and B12 (I've also seen B3 suggested).

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Re: Melatonin and b6

Postby oliverclay » 21 Mar 2013 05:39

equesatrum wrote:Melatonin will definitely give you more vivid dreams (and help you fall asleep).

I'm not sure about B6, I started taking a B-complex vitamin, but it only has 5mg of B6. I kept reading it's dangerous to take more than 10mg on a daily basis. I know a lot of people suggest B6 and B12 (I've also seen B3 suggested).


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LCDAnthony
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Re: Melatonin and b6

Postby LCDAnthony » 10 May 2013 04:10

10mg is definitely not dangerous. I take about 100mg and I'm perfectly fine. 10mg is what you should intake atleast everyday. (This is about b6 lol)

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lucid13
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Re: Melatonin and b6

Postby lucid13 » 07 Jun 2013 18:23

Melatonin 5HTP should be taken before going to sleep as it will keep you in NREM sleep during the first half of the night. Then when you begin to enter the longer stages of REM you will experience a rebound resulting in more vivid dreams (lucid or non lucid).


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