I often refuse sleep.
I can stay awake for days, but then I take my pharma and I can nap for days. When I am awake I fear sleep, when I am asleep, I fear being awake. My dreams are FANTASTIC, I have mastered the art of lucid dreaming, so why would I want to wake up? But when I am awake, I have a blast, too. I take Seroquel and I can nap for three days if let to... maybe more,
I do not want sleep, but when I get there, I don't want the waking world.
What's my problem?!
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Seroquel reduces the action of the neurotransmitters dopamine and serotonin. Vivid dreams are reported, but let's be realistic: central nervous system anomalies may manifest if you manipulate your neourotransmitters for a pro-longed period of time. I've been a night nurse for five years now, and I'm starting to see depression problems with some people required to take this medicine for their diagnosis of bipolar disorder.
I've worked nights as an RN for five years now. I don't have a license to prescribe medicine, but I like the combination of benadryl, melatonin, and green tea.
One co-worker I know tried this cocktail, and reported that "it floored me too good."