Benadryl, when taken in high volume, causes hallucinations so vivid they are indistinguishable from reality. - weird, interesting & funny facts
SIGNAL BOOST the hallucinations of benadryl are known to take every fear and of yours and put it into a hallucination like monsters forming from objects, objects trying to grab you, some people have experienced suicide situations (like thinking a beloved one committed suicide), pretty much anything the far deep back of your mind is scared
THERE IS NO PLEASANT HIGH OFF OF BENADRYL and from personal experience I wouldn’t wish it on anyone. Do not try it because its a cheap high, its a terrifying high. I don’t support any form of drug use but I know I can’t stop people so please just be safe!!!
Okay I take benedryl for my allergies and probably never will stop but I have noticed they do this.
I am in no way addicted to benedryl, but to help control my severe allergies I would take two every night before I went to bed.
I was fine the first year or so, but after a couple months I started texting gibberish to my boyfriend at night. When I would read my texts in the morning it would literally be “boxes panda bear talks to chicken salad purple”. I was amazed I had no recollection typing that because I believed I had made coherent sentences.
This last summer I took two benedryl like normal before I went to bed for a few weeks. Suddenly I had horrific dreams. They ranged from weird to downright frightening. I have taught myself how to wake up from bad dreams so normally I don’t have a problem but I couldn’t wake up from these dreams and I don’t know why. I was always shaken up in the morning and had trouble waking up. As an experiment I decided to only take one benedryl before I went to bed. I didn’t dream badly that night. That ONE benedryl was the difference between having horrible dreams I couldn’t wake up from versus actually sleeping nicely.
Normally I don’t comment on stuff like this, but this is very true. Don’t STOP taking benedryl because it is beneficial, but please watch how much you take and when you take it.