Dreams are a part of human life – and animals, if we are to follow the reactions to them sometimes our dogs or cats, they sleep – which more than make assumptions, but we know anything with certainty. They exist and runs independently of our will, sometimes by well-defined patterns – inability to escape or fight back, or the state of weightlessness derived from moving with tremendous speed – sometimes, chaotic, random, prophetic, frightening or euphoric. Us explain some of the experiences that follow more or less marked during the day, while others it is impossible to source and identify them or to associate with different symbols. Scientists dream interpretation, whose father is the famous neuropsychiatrist Sigmund Freud, offers, in some cases, explanations satisfactory. However, not decoding the hidden symbols of dreams is the subject of this material, but traits they have in terms of pure science.
10. Blind dreams to
People who become blind after birth, still see images in their dreams. Those who were born without the gift of sight are deprived of this size dream, but dreams just enjoy the “live” like everyone else, limited, but their dreams are held in the range of all other senses: hearing, smell, taste , touch and emotion. For a seer is hard to imagine all these things in a dream, but need sleep the human mind is so powerful that it can render all possible situations and physical mechanisms to enforce a restful and effective sleep system.
9.Forget 90% of all the dreaming
Five minutes after a man woke up he has already forgotten half of what he dreamed. After ten minutes, 90% of the memory of the dream is gone. The poet Samuel Taylor Coleridge, woke one morning after a fabulous dream – induced perhaps opium – and he wrote in pencil on the paper describing “vision of a dream”, in what became, later, one of the most popular English poems: Kublai Khan. While writing, specifically after the 54th the line was interrupted by someone. Coleridge returned to finish the poem, but he could not remember the rest of the dream. Poetry has never been completed. Similar cases exist. For example, Robert Louis Stevenson wrote the story of Dr. Jeckyll and Mr. Hyde in a dream, and Frankenstein, Mary Shelley’s, was all offspring of a sleep experience.
Every human being dreams (except in cases of serious psychological disorder) but men and women dream differently and have different physical reactions. Men tend to dream more about other men, while women dream equally about men and women. Moreover, both men and women experience physical reactions while sexual dreams, whether or not dreams have explicit sexual temptation, almost daily, men have erections and women are stronger blood into the genital area.
7.Dreams prevent psychosis
In a recent study on sleep, it was found that subjects who were awakened at the beginning of each dream, but were allowed, however, eight hours of sleep, all experienced difficulty concentrating, irritability, hallucinations and signs of psychosis after only three days of such treatment. Then when we finally were allowed continuous, uninterrupted sleep, with dreams, brains subjects lost time significantly raising the percentage of REM sleep state (Rapid Eye Movement or rapid eye movement). I mean, have dreamed much more to help restore the brain.
6. Only dream about what we know
Our dreams are often populated by strangers who plays certain roles, clearly defined, but, although maybe it’s hard to believe, not inventions of our minds – those figures are real faces of real people that I met during life, but you may not recognize them and we do not mention. Deadly assassin in the latest nightmare may be the individual who put petrol in the tank car father while we were just kids. We’ve all seen hundreds of thousands of faces in our lives, so there are endless reserves of characters which our brains use them while dreaming.
5. Not everyone dreams in colors.
It, in some studies as many as 12% of sighted people dream exclusively in black and white. The remaining colored dreams. Also, people tend to have common themes in their dreams, situations related to school or service, chases, running heavier and place, sexual experiences, failures, delays, death of a loved one, fallen teeth, flight, fail an exam or car accident. So far, it is unknown whether the impact of a dream marked by violence or death carries a stronger emotional for a person who dreams in color, than with one who dreams in black and white.
4. Dreams are not what appear to be
When dreaming about a topic, your dream is not just refer to it. Dreams communicate in a symbolic language and encoded. Mind, unconscious, try to compare the dream with something similar. So, any dream symbol should choose, is unlikely to be explicit about a symbol, the very thing dreamed. Basically, here comes that “interpretation of dreams”, the guilty Freud, equates dream scenarios and tooth loss in the death of someone close, swimming in troubled waters with a disease approach, the presence of animals or enemies, more small or large, in real life.
3. Addicts who quit their vices have more realistic dreams
People who have long been smokers and have quit this vice, experiencing, it seems more vivid dreams than they would have normally. In addition, reports Jurnalulul Abnormal Psychology: “Among 293 smokers abstinent in a period between one and four weeks, 33% said they had at least one dream about smoking. In most dreams, subjects were caught smoking and have experienced strong negative emotions such as panic and guilt. Dreams about smoking were the result of the decrease of nicotine and have been experienced by 97% of subjects when smoking. “The occurrence of dreams was related significantly to abstinence. These dreams were classified as being more vivid than usual and were as common as most symptoms quitting smoking.
Incorporation is called dream and experience is that most of our most common when a sound is heard in dream and reality is somehow associated with an element of the dream scenario. A similar example is the situation when we are thirsty, have a cold or other physiological needs, in reality, our mind and incorporates the need to dream. Such a case can translate dream dreaming as drinking a large glass of water, then returns thirst, and drink, and the cycle is repeated until you wake up and just drink some water. This concept is illustrated in the paintings of Salvador Dali called “Dream caused by the flight of a bee around a pomegranate one second before awakening”.