Do your dreams have a meaning?

Understanding the aspects of sleep and significance of dreams All people dream. Dreams, or the manifestations of dreaming – rapid eye movements (REMs), begin even before we are born and we continue to dream, usually between two to five times a night until we die. We forget almost all our dreams. Dreams can be fantastic, […]

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Riot

To dream of seeing or participating in a riot embodies an undefined personality. You seem to be busying yourself with matters and concerns that may cause you harm. It is the right time to assert your rights and opinions on issues.

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9. R.E.M. Sleep Deprivation Can Cause Insanity

This is true. Studies show individuals who frequently have their deep sleep cycles (a.k.a. R.E.M. cycles, those in which we dream and achieve the greatest rest) interrupted, tend to become more easily agitated and ultimately can start to hallucinate and not to care about taking part in a conscious reality. So rest assured, fighting imaginary […]

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6. We Become Paralyzed When We Sleep

While we may run from monsters in our sleep, or fly in passenger jets, our bodies remain petrified in place the whole time. This is due to the brain’s recognizance, as a defense mechanism, that moving around could result in injury by way of falling off the bed. Although that doesn’t explain sleep walkers, who […]

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5. Animals Dream Just Like Humans Do

Studies have shown that animals, in spite of their inability to speak English, dream in the same user-participatory scene style us humans do. And they also have night¬mares (visible in the twitching paws and eye lids if you’vfe ever watched Fido or Mr. Whiskers while sleeping), although you can only imagine what about (perhaps they’re […]

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2. We Break Rules in Our Sleep

Much like in a video game, our wildest tabooed fantasies come to fruition in a reality without consequences. In dreams, you might steal, kill, do weird/dangerous drugs, or anything else society generally frowns upon, which may even include cheating on your diet. It seems subconscious, but your brain is aware of how few consequences there […]

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Death

Watching your loved ones die in your dream is one of the most common and dreaded dreams of all. In spite of the fact that death is frequently seen as a negative aspect, it’s identified with emotional change happening for the one who is dreaming- so as to make space for something new.

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Falling

Since the beginning of time mankind has reported of dreaming of falling the most. First of all, it’s not true that if you dream you are falling and you hit the ground you will die. I’ve yet to speak to any dead people who told me that’s what they were dreaming at the time of […]

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Black And White Television Gives You Black And White Dreams

Trying to think of a world in black and white might sound impossible, but some people actually do so in their dreams. A study published in 2008 by psychology student Eva Murzyn at the University of Dundee has shown that the type of television you watched as a child has a profound effect on the […]

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Earth’s Magnetic Field Triggers Weird Dreams

It’s possible that the Earth’s magnetic field has a profound effect on dreams in people. Psychologist Darren Lipnicki has been recording his dreams for over eight years and concluded that low geomagnetic activity caused weirder dreams, but when the geomagnetic activity was high, the dreams got more normal and sensible. His findings are strictly anecdotal […]

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