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Thread: Lucid Dreaming and Bedwetting?

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    JoeK

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    Hi

    Anyone have success with lucid dreaming to induce bed-wetting at night?

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by JoeK View Post
    Hi

    Anyone have success with lucid dreaming to induce bed-wetting at night?

    Thanks
    Uh. Not personally no. But if you would like to have that particular experience, I have heard (anecdotally) that eating watermelon right before bed can cause one to wake in the middle of the night to go pee. I do know that I've woken up after a nice nights rest and simply laid in bed those first few minutes and just let nature take it's blissful course.

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    JoeK

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    hmm.. Anyone else have experience with Lucid Dreaming?

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    I can occasionally lucid-dream, but unfortunately REM occurs at a very shallow depth in your sleep, and I wake up easily. So it's usually the case that as my level of control increases, so do my odds of waking up.

    So far, every single time I've tried to empty my bladder in a dream, I've woken up before I was able to get anythingstarted. It's really annoying. I can be lucid dreaming for what seems like 10-15 minutes, knowing I'm dreaming and just seeing what all I can do, and then I have that "hey, I should try wetting my diaper!" and within 3-4 seconds, POP and I am awake. How does that even work? I suspect my body decides to wake me up when it determines I'm about to wet the bed. (not that my bed is in any danger )

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    Quote Originally Posted by bambinod View Post
    I can occasionally lucid-dream, but unfortunately REM occurs at a very shallow depth in your sleep, and I wake up easily. So it's usually the case that as my level of control increases, so do my odds of waking up.

    So far, every single time I've tried to empty my bladder in a dream, I've woken up before I was able to get anythingstarted. It's really annoying. I can be lucid dreaming for what seems like 10-15 minutes, knowing I'm dreaming and just seeing what all I can do, and then I have that "hey, I should try wetting my diaper!" and within 3-4 seconds, POP and I am awake. How does that even work? I suspect my body decides to wake me up when it determines I'm about to wet the bed. (not that my bed is in any danger )
    Interesting.. this would suggest that if you could stay asleep you would also wet the bed..

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    I've tried this, and thought I was wetting when I actually wasn't. It even felt like I was. I guess dreams can be deceiving.

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    Did a little digging and supposedly commercially available dandelion root tea is a rather potent diuretic.

    So potent in fact that an old english word for dandelion is pee-bed. This may be worth investigation.

    As always, consult your doctor before taking any kind of herbal supplement.

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    I've had some amazing lucid dreams. Particularly dreams where I can fly, and when I realize that I'm in a dream, I can control my flight and go where I want to go. There are other times when I'll dream that I'm in a dangerous situation, like getting chased by zombies (I watch a lot of The Walking Dead) and then realize I'm in the dream and can just leap into the air and fly away. None of my lucid dreams have involved wetting or diapers though... Not sure if that's a good or bad thing.

    -Gus

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    Quote Originally Posted by Angusmac View Post
    I've had some amazing lucid dreams. Particularly dreams where I can fly, and when I realize that I'm in a dream, I can control my flight and go where I want to go. There are other times when I'll dream that I'm in a dangerous situation, like getting chased by zombies (I watch a lot of The Walking Dead) and then realize I'm in the dream and can just leap into the air and fly away. None of my lucid dreams have involved wetting or diapers though... Not sure if that's a good or bad thing.

    -Gus
    hmm.. why don't you try this and report back to us?

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    i am not a lucid dreamer, but i did have a really nice wetting experience several months ago that i hope to experience again. in my dream i was in a pool on a floatie reading a magazine, and i had to pee. i have no problem peeing in a swimming pool. (shh! don't tell anyone! ) so i laid there and pushed until i started peeing. and i really did pee! i woke up startled, and my boxers were just a little wet, but it was so neat!

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