I have been waking up at different times throughout a nights sleep from vivid dreams. Before I just was sleeping with not many dreams if any at all on Klonopin and lamotrigene. What gives?
Latuda is putting you in a deeper sleep. We dream in REM sleep which is a deeper sleep so you are getting a better/deeper sleep with the Latuda. Many drugs that sedate and/or change brain chemistry can cause more vivid dreams. Also, if you wake abruptly from REM, you will remember your dreams. People always dream, it is just whether or not you remember them. If you come out of sleep more slowly, you often do not remember your dreams but waking abruptly from REM helps you remember them better. You will probably have less vivid dreaming as your body becomes used to the medication.
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