Having Nightmares Almost Everyweek

Postby AlisonM » Thu May 09, 2019 6:07 pm

I’m having nightmares on my sleep almost everyweek. Sometimes I have 2-3 in a row or maybe none in a week. This can be vary.

The problem is, most nightmares are so similar to each other. I’m always getting chased by guys who wants to hurt me.

In my daily life, I have some kind of anxiety against the masked people. When i see a picture of them, i feel nervous. But if i watch some kind of video, or if i play some kind of horror game with lots of persue, I have some weird body symptoms.

For instance, my hands sweat and shake like a crazy and I most likely struggle to control it. Breathing gets harder and harder. I feel butterflies in my stomach which tickles me and of course nausea. Also my mouth dries in a second.

These symptoms were one time thing. Of course I don’t play horror games. But even in the game, If someone tries to hurt me physically, I get these symptoms. When I see a cold or masked guy, I imagine that he tries to hurt me physically. I have no control about this.

So, I’m having nightmares almost everyweek because of that anxiety. There is always one young male who chases me with a weapon and tries to hurt me. The worst part is, my nightmares are so realistic and I remember every detail of them when I wake up. I always wake up right before I die or right before he manages to catch me. I always have secondary characters who tries to help me or who always betrays me by telling my hiding place to the killer.

I really don’t know what to do. I’m stuck so bad. I’m having those nightmares for years. But I only feel it that much for a year. I’m having so much dreams since my childhood. This isn’t new but nightmares are only exist for 4-5 years. I can’t even name my problem.
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