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What Your Dreams Might Say About You

What Your Dreams Might Say About You

Many people get to a point in their life when they consider analyzing their dreams. Especially if those dreams are weird, scary or downright ‘off the wall’. Don’t worry, when it comes to dream analysis you aren’t alone. There can be a plethora of reasons for your dreams, and to find out what they really say about you NuSleep did some digging so you can keep dreaming!

What Are Dreams?
Your most vivid dreams happen during REM sleep, when your body is most at rest and your brain is highly functioning. Dreams can be a series of images created by the brain. They can be like movies or fragmented, and often so wild that you don’t know what they mean. 

According to WebMD, “There are many theories about why we dream, but no one knows for sure. Some researchers say dreams have no purpose or meaning and are nonsensical activities of the sleeping brain. Others say dreams are necessary for mental, emotional, and physical health.”

Many sleep experts have come to the conclusion that dreams can do many things for us. They can help us keep memories or remember something important. Dreams can help you solve problems in your daily life. They can also help you process emotions or physiological things going on in your daily life.

So What Do Your Dreams Mean?
A lot of times dreams are your subconscious way of trying to figure out what’s going on in your daily life. “Freud thought dreams were a way for people to satisfy urges and desires that were unacceptable to society.” So maybe dreams are intended to help us process the events in our lives.

One of the best ways to get to the bottom of your dreams and analyze them: keep a dream diary or journal. That way you can research things when you’re ready, from dream dictionaries to psychological analysis this is the best way to get to the bottom of your dreams and start living with your best foot forward!



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  • Romell Bhaala