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Dreams are a common experience throughout the world, with human beings, animals and even birds being able to dream in their sleep.
According to a cluster of studies over the ages, a few theories about dreams:
Many cultures and traditions interpret dreams in different ways, and bad dreams, it turns out, may not be that bad.
Negative dreams can forewarn us and make us handle things in a better way, if and when the situation arises in real life.
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While most people report dreaming in color, there is a small percentage of people who claim to only dream in black and white.
In studies where dreamers have been awakened and asked to select colors from a chart that match those in their dreams, soft pastel colors are those most frequently chosen.
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Night terrors are very intense episodes of fright during dreams. These frightening episodes are often accompanied by screaming or yelling, as well as by physical movement such as leaping out of bed or flailing in panic.
Research suggests that sleep terrors occur during non-REM sleep dreaming, while nightmares tend to happen during REM sleep.
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Keep a dream journal. Get into a habit, set things up the night before to reinforce your goal.
In lucid dreams, you become aware you’re dreaming. You can take control of the plot. They can be anything from a brief moment where you’re in a nightmare and tell yourself: “this is a dream” and wake up.