WBTB WITHOUT AN ALARM

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HunterClash
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WBTB WITHOUT AN ALARM

Postby HunterClash » 24 Aug 2017 08:46

This is really nice, and I wake up the night I choose too! Its super simple. *inhales*

Just drink a bunch of water or any drink. RIGHT BEFORE bed. Works like a charm.
LD: 6
1: 4/9/15 - The Plane
2: 7/11/16 - The Voice
3: 8/7/17 - The Self Suggesting Dream
4: 8/17/17 - The Snake
5: 8/19/17 - The Super Speed(Fail)
6: 8/26/17 - The Ball Pool

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RedKryptonite
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Re: WBTB WITHOUT AN ALARM

Postby RedKryptonite » 24 Aug 2017 09:52

Woah,I actually never thought of this.

Yeah,this would indeed be useful for those who can't use an alarm to do WBTB. Good thinking ;)

HunterClash
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Re: WBTB WITHOUT AN ALARM

Postby HunterClash » 24 Aug 2017 10:02

yeah u just wake up wiith a full bladder. No way u can sleep comfortably likee that!
LD: 6
1: 4/9/15 - The Plane
2: 7/11/16 - The Voice
3: 8/7/17 - The Self Suggesting Dream
4: 8/17/17 - The Snake
5: 8/19/17 - The Super Speed(Fail)
6: 8/26/17 - The Ball Pool

LDer Charles
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Re: WBTB WITHOUT AN ALARM

Postby LDer Charles » 19 Oct 2017 13:02

Thanks for making this post. This is basically what I do as well. I do not use any alarms even for normal morning wake up I just go to bed early enough and my water intake is pretty high throughout the day so I'm usually up sometimes two or three or four times to use the bathroom at night and that gives me a chance to dream journal East time and I guess it's my sleep pattern for now so I'll try and take advantage of it although sometimes I think it might be healthier to not wake up so much


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