The Neurochemistry Behind Lucid Dreaming Supplements

Anyone who wants to have exceptional lucid dream experiences needs to know just a few basic principles behind the neurochemistry of lucid dreaming. Luckily, the things you need to know in order to have lucid dreams aren’t rocket science. In fact, this article is going to explain exactly how you can balance your neurotransmitters in a few simple ways to take your lucid dreams to a new level.

Advanced lucid dreamers understand that lucid dreaming starts in the brain, which is why you need to learn about the brain in order to lucid dream. In summary, there are 3 things you need to know. 

Three things about your brain you need to know in order to lucid dream:

1 – That there are two important lucid dreaming neurotransmitters

You need to know the two most important neurotransmitters involved in lucid dreaming are Norepinephrine and Acytelcholine. Norepinephrine helps you to control your dreams and remain alert while Acetylecholine helps you access your memory bank. It’s important to keep in mind that your memories play a key factor in consciousness. In fact, did you know that one of the main reasons we become unconscious during our dreams is because we lose access to our memories?

2 – Norepinephrine - accelerates REM/ dream sleep and increases alertness

How to increase norepinephrine during the dream state

There are a few different supplements you can take that increase norepinephrine but keep in mind that you will only want to take these after you’ve had at least 4 hours of sleep (meaning you’re going to want to wake up in the middle of your sleep cycle.)

The first, and my personal favorite is called DHEA. I like this one because it works very naturally with your sleep cycle and doesn’t cause nightmares or take away from your sleep cycle.

The second is called Yohimbine. In my personal experience, this supplement has helped me achieve some incredible lucid dream experiences, but I must say that it can be hard to sleep when you take it. For this reason, I would stick to DHEA. Yohimbine is an alternative though (in case you happen to have this in your medicine cabinet) but make sure you take VERY little if you try it.

3 – Acetylcholine - connects your thoughts to your memories and fuels REM sleep

How to increase Acetylcholine during the dream state

There are two ways to increase acetylcholine. You can increase acetylcholine while you sleep by either promoting the production of acetylcholine, or by slowing the breakdown of acetylcholine.

Choline supplements such as choline bitartrate, and alpha GPC can help promote the production of acetylcholine, and can help you to increase your Ach levels during your dreams while huperzine-A will slow the break down of acetylcholine.

You’ll quickly find that Huperzine-A can cause lucid dreams much more effectively than choline, but if you take both of them together, these two supplements will take your lucid dreams to a whole new level.

Keep in mind that these supplements, and the ones mentioned early in this post SHOULD ALL BE TAKEN AFTER 4 HOURS OF SLEEP. It’s not smart to compromise your deep sleep in order to have lucid dreams. And, all of these supplements I've discussed will compromise your deep sleep if you do not take them at the right time.

Dream Leaf is a trustworthy blend of various lucid dreaming supplements that uses the latest science behind lucid dreaming.  Feel free to check it out.

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