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Ecila
@ecila
2 years ago
898 posts

Stan's the man about the chakra information. I would suggest making sure you don't eat anything during the few hours before going to bed, and if that doesn't help, maybe avoid anything really spicy altogether. Do you drink tea? Some type of soothing green tea with honey (no caffeine) is nice before bed. Valerian, lemon balm, chamomile, jasmine and peppermint are some good ones. Yin yoga and meditation help me sleep better, too. Sometimes we just have toxic dreams that don't really mean anything when we don't sleep well for whatever reason.

Regular physical issues aside, that leaves you with the facing that there is something in your world or history that is still upsetting you. You can figure out what it is with a little work...again meditation (along with good diet and exercise) is the best way to get to the bottom of deeply rooted emotional issues. Sometimes we just don't want to see things, tho.

I used to have a recurring nightmare over decades. I didn't figure out what it was until many years. I think it had to do with me being on the wrong road in life, but I was at a total loss to see it for so long...until the thing was over..lt was something I couldn't/wouldn't face.


updated by @ecila: 10/18/17 09:49:28AM
Emmy Long
@emmy-long
2 years ago
484 posts
If you've tried all you can with chakras and meditations and herbal remedies you may need to consider medication. Medication is always the last thing I turn to though. I think a lot of the world over medicates, but sometimes it actually just is a biological problem. There's a medication one of my clients takes called seroqel. He used to have three to four night terrors ever night. Since going on the medication, he has maybe one a week. Again though I will say, I don't recommend medication until you have tried all of your other options.

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