[I]’m not talking about daydreaming of recovering my health and all the fun things we’ll do. I’m talking about dreaming during sleep. As long as I can remember, I’ve been telling people that I don’t remember my dreams. But yesterday, reading Amalgam Illness I came across this:
As the victims level of intoxication waxes and wanes they go through periods of life when they do or do not dream.
Now, I believe that what I really experienced over the last 10 years or more was the absence of dreams. When I started chelating, I had remarkably vivid dreams and I’m still having them although perhaps a little milder because they are not waking me up so much. I thought these were side effects but now I’m starting to think they are just signs of healing. That I’m dreaming more normally again.
For someone who hasn’t dreamed in a long time, any dream would seem vivid. This morning I dreamed that I was driving along a beach road in a beautiful tropical place and came to the airport where I could see jumbo jets taking off one after another uncomfortably close to each other….
I’ve also read incredible descriptions of how Mercury affects victims that fit me like a glove. Issues that no doctor I saw could ever explain.