How Do People Dream?

By: Mark Higdon

Do Dreams Have Meaning?

In fact, yes! Yes they do. Dreams do have meaning. Things that happen in your daily life that effect you can affect your dreams based on how they effected you. The more that an event means to you, the higher of a chance that it will show up in one of your dreams.

Lucid Dreaming

Did you know that if you get so engaged in your dream, you could actually control it? Well you can! If you try to notice that you are dreaming while you are dreaming, you can actually take over your dream and do whatever you want. Seems weird right?

Remembering Your Dreams

Have you ever wondered what you were dreaming about the night prior to when you were wondering? That's normal. A lot of the dreams that you have are not always remembered because they are not always as important as the dreams that you do remember. You dream every night, your mind never stops thinking. Isn't that crazy!

Every Night

Dreams happen every night. In your mind. In everyone's mind. When you wake up in the morning, a lot of times, you probably do not remember your dreams. Your mind or brain is a very strong muscle that never stops thinking. At night, your body starts to rest while your mind goes into deep thought. There is never a night that you go without dreaming, it may seem like it because you can't remember the un-important dreams.

What Part of the Brain Generates Dreams?

Actually, no part of the brain generates dreams. Your dreams are generated by your entire brain.

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