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      Not dreaming past two weeks! No dream recall!

      So I am very sad ! In past two weeks I didn't have any dream. I don't remember any. I want to have one but didn't have it already for two weeks. Also, I am very tired in past two weeks or even a month, I don't know why. Maybe my exhaustion is connected to the thing that I didn't have or rather say that I don't remember any dream in past two weeks? Usually I had at least one dream a week maybe or one in a two weeks at least and even more. But I don't remember any in the last two weeks . Maybe connected to my exhaustion. And anyway I don't know what to do. I usually went to sleep after midnight past days... now I am trying to go before midnight to get some sleep. But I really don't know what to do . It seems that whatever I do I feel really exhausted, exhausted so much that I feel like I could just lay down or even sit and fall asleep. I don't know how to get rid of that tiredness .

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      You do dream every night given enough sleep, even if you don't remember it. You just have to work on improving your dream recall (your ability to remember dreams). Try and set yourself up a dream journal where you can write down any parts of a dream that you remember when you wake up. If you don't remember anything, just write down that you didn't recall a dream. This should set you up for the mindset that you want to recall your dreams and they should come easier to you.

      As for your sleeping pattern, not getting enough sleep can impact harshly on how vivid your dreams are and so can affect how frequently you remember your dreams. Try to stick to a bed time and a time that you wake up. This should improve your quality of sleep. You should be getting 7-8 hours per night and it's best to go to bed at a reasonable hour. Good luck

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      Do you keep a dream journal normally ?
      You have a lot of dreams every night, you just don't remember them and if you don't write them down right after waking up, you normally just forget then. Maybe you should try staying in bed for 5 minutes after waking up and try to remember your dreams. Write down every single detail that comes to your mind, even if it's just something like one single color, person or feeling. After doing that for a while, your dream recall will improve.
      And of course, exhaustion and getting little sleep is not really supporting a good dream recall- so try to get more sleep. Less sleep-> less REM sleep-> less vivid dreams to remember .

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      If you are very tired, take a break from the idea of lucid dreaming and get yourself a good sleep every night until you feel rested and not tired. Going to sleep tired is the worst thing you could possibly do for dream recall!

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      ^ some really good advice above. I also suggest to have a more positive mindset.... Just forget about dreaming first and start with a consistent sleep schedule that gives you enough rest. Then you can start by telling yourself "I remember my dreams" or and other Mantra you like. It will work... Be confident, patient and trust yourself And as soon as you start to remember a dream, write it down in your DJ as beijaflor said
      Saying there is no alien life in the universe is like dipping a cup in the ocean and saying there are no whales.

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      First, try to get more consistent sleep. It's a pretty big deal.
      Second, write something down in your dream journal no matter how minor it is. Even if the only thing you remember about the dream is "something was red" or "I think I might have talked to someone", write that stuff down. You have to get your brain to think of this stuff as important. That's what the journal is for.

      Try taking some chewable vitamin C and drink some orange or cherry juice just before bed. Vitamin C helps to increase the vividness of dreams.
      I'm not always lucid, but whether I'm awake or asleep I'm always dreaming.

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