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question about WILD

Postby Ikamon357 » 12 Mar 2012 03:49

Is it possible to have a WILD without having been sleeping for 5-6 hours before? I dont have time in the middle of the night to wake myself up with my school schedule.
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Re: question about WILD

Postby lucidinthe sky » 12 Mar 2012 04:08

Ikamon357 wrote:Is it possible to have a WILD without having been sleeping for 5-6 hours before?

Possible, but unlikely. You need to have 8-9 hours total, 5-6 before staring WILD. Work backward from when you have to get up. You can do it.
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Re: question about WILD

Postby Peter » 12 Mar 2012 06:07

I can at times on going to sleep have a WILD. I think it depends on your ability to get to the REM state, I often have dreams straight away and know these are when in REM so it is possible but you most likely get a restful sleep and so its not really worth it. No point in ruining waking life with being tired all the time
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