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How are dreams deciphered? Learn eight interesting facts you do not know about them

How are dreams deciphered? Learn eight interesting facts you do not know about

Dreams and their meaning continue to fascinate scientists as they are still a mystery even today, as they have not been able to fully decipher their meaning.

Read 8 things you may not have known about dreams:

The roles of the sexes 

When it comes to nightmares, men and women are persecuted by different opinions, according to researchers at the University of Montreal. As for men, their anxieties are related to natural disasters such as floods and earthquakes. On the other hand, interpersonal and verbal conflicts are the main component of women’s nightmares, who see such dreams twice as often as men.

Do you remember your dreams?

Some people remember their dreams almost every morning, while others remember them, on average, only twice a month. A study in the journal Neuropsychopharmacology found that people who remember their dreams more often have more spontaneous activity in a part of the brain called the temporal junction, compared to people who rarely remember. The differences were not only found during sleep, but also while study participants were awake. Previous research has shown that people who remember more dreams also respond more to sounds during sleep (but also when they are awake) than people who do not usually remember their dreams.

Right VS Left

Another factor that affects the way dreams are "stored" in our memory is our good "hand". In a study of 1,375 participants, people who slept on the right were more likely to remember their dreams than people on the left.

"Virtual" fraud

Like it or not, men are not so loyal when they sleep. According to a survey of 306 adults, most dream of a casual acquaintance and not necessarily their partner. The good news: He is still waking up near you!

We dream in real time

Despite the myth that wants our dreams to happen in a split second, in reality dreams can play for 20, 30, even 60 minutes. This is according to Rubin Naiman, a clinical psychologist who specializes in holistic sleep and dream medicine at the University of Arizona.

Sipas Naimanit, ëndrrat fillojnë në fillim të natës dhe zgjasin ndërsa nata përparon.

Ëndrrat dhe psikologjia e fëmijëve

Hulumtimi i ri ka treguar se fëmijët që raportojnë makthe të shpeshta deri në moshën 12 vjeç kanë 3.5 herë më shumë gjasa të kenë përvoja psikotike në adoleshencë.

Ekipi i Universitetit të Ëarëick tha se një problem afatgjatë me ankthet dhe tmerret e natës shoqërohej me një rrezik më të lartë të problemeve të shëndetit mendor.

Rreth 47 në çdo 1000 fëmijë kanë një formë të përvojës psikotike. Sidoqoftë, ky rezultat vjen nga një analizë që nuk mund të na tregojë nëse problemet e gjumit paraprinin përvojat psikotike.

Ankthet nuk shkaktohen vetëm nga frika

Nightmares are definitely scary, but there are other basic emotions. In a University of Montreal study, researchers analyzed the dream records of 331 people and found that many nightmares and nightmares were caused by feelings of failure, anxiety, confusion, sadness or even guilt.

You are less likely to remember a dream if the alarm clock wakes you up

Alarm clock not only brings you violently into the world can make you forget your dream even if it is the last. The best way to remember our dreams, says Naiman, is to allow ourselves to wake up slowly and buzzing. Just do not try too hard to remember these transient images. "If you are pursuing a dream, then it will go away," he added.