Funny, just woke up from a dream of full-on DR. Which, considering how dreams feel anyway its a wonder, like Johnny Utah said that you could feel any weirder in them. But its just the fact you know in your dream you are DR'd or DP'd that makes you feel it. I don't normally get DR that badly, if at all, but in my dreams it is much worse, and I have to shake off the feeling when I wake up, by focusing on the waking world.
I've recently started lucid dreaming, which I'm sure is due to the Effexor as most people report vivid dreams as a side effect. Lucid dreaming when you know what you're doing is brilliant. At first it was actually distressing as I'm prone to sleep 'abnormalities' because the way it works usually is that you start realising that you are 'waking' which of course must mean you are asleep. Unfortunately those dreams were nightmares that I had no control over, despite the fact I knew I was asleep, and I could not wake up.
Effexor does some weird things man
Like putting on 21 pounds. gotta love it