[Ibogaine] Nick:

Nick Sandberg nick227 at tiscali.co.uk
Thu Dec 22 13:18:10 EST 2005


Personally, I don't think sleep restriction by itself has any beneficial
effect. It's more that restricting early morning REM and putting yourself
into a cathartic process, whether that be emotional release or jogging or
whatever, has benefit.

Nick

> -----Original Message-----
> From: František Hrdý [mailto:fanyz at seznam.cz]
> Sent: 22 December 2005 10:11
> To: ibogaine at mindvox.com
> Subject: Re: [Ibogaine] Nick:
>
>
> This seems contradictious to me. My GF is depressive sometimes. I
> prescribed her lot of sleep, because it seemed to me it comes
> only when she did not have enough and later it proved to be true.
> She usually sleeps 6 hours a day and she's little depressive all
> the time. But on weekends she has more time to sleep and then her
> mood goes well. Different it is with me. I'm a little
> manic-depressive too, but the depression comes from nowhere (from
> self-penitence?) and I learned to overcome it wittingly.
>
>
> ------------ Původní zpráva ------------
> Od:  <Edfriedrichs at aol.com>
> Předmět: [Ibogaine] Nick:
> Datum: 21.12.2005 01:51:34
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> AND sleep restriction has an antidepressant effect, but VERY
> briefly.  Sleep
> depri-vation CAN be a temporary antidepressant, as REM deprivation can
> emotionalize behavior/memory, but I'd be cautious about assuming
> that sleep/REM
>
> deprivation doesn't having lasting negative effects.  We all love
> a "high."  And
>
> lots of REM-sleep can make you feel "weak" (relaxed muscles) and "tired"
> (lacking in initiative) in the morning, but check out how you
> feel later in the
> day,
> once you've "awakened."  Brief "highs" are not what we're looking
> for, steady
> relaxed performance makes for the best production.  Many folks are sleep
> impaired AND very creative, but VERY crea-tive minds can
> gravitate toward drug
> dependency, witness many great composers and writers (gravitating
> toward alcohol
>
> and absinthe).  Dr. ED
>
>
>
>
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