How will this affect my health?

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Bey-Heart
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How will this affect my health?

Postby Bey-Heart » 31 May 2012 22:04

I had a stroke a couple months back (I'm only 15), and I'm having to take Aspirin and Folic Acid. I was doing some research, and Vitamin B6 is supposed to be just as helpful as Folic Acid. They're about the same. Lucky me, since I was wanting to take some to cause lucid dreams.

Anyways, will the lucid dreams this causes help exercise my mind to heal my scar tissue faster? (There's only a very small spot.)

Also, how do you feel after causing yourself to purposely have lucid dreams? Do you feel tired?

And does this vitamin cause nightmares or anything else of the sort?

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Re: How will this affect my health?

Postby Peter » 31 May 2012 22:22

You will have to just feel you way and if anything you take is given to you by a doctor then discuss with you rmedical specialists. The advice you want may be beyond this forum, look after your health first
Who are you I asked, the reply "dont be silly, we are your daughers" many years before they were born

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Re: How will this affect my health?

Postby Shadow » 01 Jun 2012 01:14

Lucid dreams aern't tiring. They actually give you a rush. Like a natural high. The 1st time I had an ld i was happy the whole day :)

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Re: How will this affect my health?

Postby Snaggle » 01 Jun 2012 12:01

I had a stroke a couple months back (I'm only 15), and I'm having to take Aspirin and Folic Acid. I was doing some research, and Vitamin B6 is supposed to be just as helpful as Folic Acid. They're about the same. Lucky me, since I was wanting to take some to cause lucid dreams.


Sorry to hear this, especially at age 15.

Anyways, will the lucid dreams this causes help exercise my mind to heal my scar tissue faster? (There's only a very small spot.)


Lucid dreaming is more effective than hypnotism and hypnotism has been demonstrated to speed healing.

http://news.harvard.edu/gazette/2003/05.08/01-hypnosis.html

Also, how do you feel after causing yourself to purposely have lucid dreams? Do you feel tired?


I would say they're neutral as far as making one tired or not.
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Re: How will this affect my health?

Postby Bey-Heart » 01 Jun 2012 21:07

To the first reply, my doctor said it would be good for me to take Vitamin B6.

I would like to know about the chance of nightmares though.

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Re: How will this affect my health?

Postby Peter » 01 Jun 2012 22:39

You are not guaranteed to get nightmares and if you do an have had some lucid dreams you may be able take control and not get to scared by them.
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