Wednesday, December 30, 2009

Hold the zombie pills, thanks

Magnesium is an interesting supplement. And by interesting, I mean FREAKY.

I've added it back into my supplement regime as part of my quest for a better night's sleep, along with the evil tasting hops-and-valerian mixture. Sleep has improved, but so has the weirdness and clarity of my dreams.

Last night's efforts included: 1) zombies; and 2) some tall skinny dude, all dressed in black, who reeked of evil. He had some connection with a beauty salon where I was too late for my manicure appointment, so then had to buy clothes instead. As you do at beauty salons. Then for some reason, I went to his house... and the rest has faded from memory now. All I know is that it was weird and disturbing.

So. Magnesium. Hmm.

Of course, it might also have something to do with the Buffy DVD fest that The Baby and I have been indulging in over the past few days. Due to the many hours of vampire- and beast-slaying that goes on in there, our parents' retreat has been renamed. It's now known as the Slayertorium.

Maybe I ought to spend a few days watching shows about puppies and rainbows....


Cherub said...

That's put me off, I was going to research magnesium as an aid for cramp, I am getting shocking cramp in my toes and it shows no discretion in terms of when and where it occurs.

LizN said...

I've been having dreams about purchasing kittehs......

Raechelle said...

I've been taking increased magnesium for about a year now..but no vampire dreams-fortunately. But then again-I don't watch that stuff-so, I'm guessing that yeah, maybe lay off Buffy for a while...LOL

Debstar said...

I've been taking calcium/magnesium tablets for ages with no crazy dreams involved. I'm sure it's just Buffy giving you the heebie-jeebies.
Happy New Year.

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