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Since I’ve been on the increased dosage of Abilify, I’ve been sleeping a lot, not all at once. I’ve been resting as needed. I felt tired all the time before, but not sleepy. I don’t usually remember dreaming anything. Since my increased dose, I am dreaming more. I can’t remember everything I dream, but I remember a few bits and pieces here and there. I don’t know if this is a good thing or not. I’ve heard that in REM (Rapid Eye Movement) Sleep, is when you dream and that’s when you solve problems of the day.
I don’t know if I should continue resting as needed or not. I’m just going with it for now. Maybe it’ll help me get better. I think I’ve heard that in Deep Sleep you’re not dreaming, that that’s when your body repairs itself.
What do you think? Does anyone else here have trouble sleeping? Do you find the topic of sleep and the brain fascinating? Please comment below: