Fast Facts on dreams

Fast Facts on dreams

The blog sometimes writes itself. I’ve sat here many times not knowing what I wanted to write about. I blog everyday, eventually you’d think I’d run out of things to ideas, but so far, I haven’t. I may not know the direction the post is going but it comes to a point at the end. The very last thing the blog gets is a title. Today is one of those days, I’m writing without a direction or intention. Usually when that happens, I’m going spiritual in my post.

You ever have a dream about your husband, boyfriend, girlfriend etc where they did something really bad and you woke up angry at them? That’s kind of how I feel this morning except I’m not angry. It feels like someone explained something to me in a dream. The act of the person was mean, but instead of being angry or even upset, I feel peaceful. I love to figure out why people or situations come up in a dream. I re-trace my day to see when that person or thought came in that it subconsciously reappeared while I slept. I can pinpoint this to a piece of mail.

Fast facts on dreams according to medical news http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/284378.php
*Though a few people may not remember dreaming, it is thought that       everyone dreams between 3 to 6 times per night.
*It is thought that each dream lasts between 5 to 20 minutes.
*Around 95% of dreams are forgotten by the time a person gets out of bed.
*Dreaming can help you learn and develop long-term memories.
*Women dream more about family, children and indoor settings when compared with men.
*Recalling something from last week that has appeared in your dream is called the “dream-lag effect.”
*There is a difference in the quality and quantity of dreams experienced in rapid eye movement and non-rapid eye movement sleep.
*48% of people that feature in a dream are recognized by the person dreaming.
*Blind people dream more with other sensory components compared with sighted people.
*Both sleep and dream quality are affected by alcohol.

Last night I slept great. I woke up rested and peaceful. Amazingly I slept through the night without having to wake up for bathroom trips every few hours. That in itself makes for a wonderful night.

2 thoughts on “Fast Facts on dreams

  1. That is a very interesting this! It’s interesting that it says 95% of dreams are forgotten. I always forget mine, but when I tell that to another person it’s hard for them to believe it. I must know everyone in the 5%!

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