10 unknown facts about dreams

  • dreamsIn a recent sleep study, students who were cause to stop sleeping at the first of each dream, but still allowed their at least 8 hours of sleep, all experienced difficulty in power of concentrating, angered, hallucinations, and signs of psychosis after only 3 days. When finally allowed to their REM sleep the student’s brains made up for lost time by greatly increasing the percentage of sleep spent in the REM stage.
  • The human brain is responsible for many complex creations, but it can’t create the image of people. So the “strangers” that you meet in your dreams actually have the faces of people who you have once seen in your real life but forget, like your childhood mailman or that guy a light blow into on the side walk that one time.
  • People those are born blind do not see any images, but have dreams equally strong result their other senses of sound, smell, touch and emotion.
  • When they were allowed their REM sleep, their brains compensative for the lost time by increasing the percentage of the sleep spent in the REM stage. Dreams are the window into the subconscious. Even though most of the time, they are completely random, disorganized, and we forget 90% of them within 10 minutes of waking up; many people have drawn inspiration from their dreams.
  • A full 15% of sighted people dream exclusively in black and white. Remaining number of the dream in full color. People also tend to have common themes in a dreams, which are situations relating to school, being chased and running slowly in place of , falling, arriving too late, a person now not dead being dead, teeth falling out, flying, failing an examination, and a car accident. It is unknown whether the impact of a dream relating to violence or death is more emotionally charged for a person who dreams in color than one who dreams in black and white
  • When you are a snoring, you are not dreaming.
  • Toddlerhood does not dream about them until around the age of from the same age, children typically have many more nightmares than adults do until age 7 or 8.
  • If you are awakened out of REM (Rapid Eye Movement) sleep and you are more likely to remember your dream in a more vivid way than you would if you woke from a full night sleep

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