The mystery of dreaming
How many times you didn’t ask yourself questions such as where do dreams come from or am I a healthy person if I have many dreams/night? No matter if they are present in our lives or not, dreams represent a mysterious and in the same time an interesting subject for us, human beings. In this case, let’s find out some of the most recent discoveries made by researchers in this domain. • Did you know that we spend almost six years of our lives dreaming?
• You will be surprised to find out that blind people see their dreams, but these dreams are from the period before they have lost their sight;
• For those who snore it would be interesting to find out that they won’t have any dreams while snoring;
• If you give up smoking you should prepare yourself for some long, intense dreams;
• Children who are not more than three years old don’t have dreams about themselves;
• Men have more dreams with men than women do. Men dream both men and women;
• If you try to remember your dream ten minutes after you wake up, 90% of your dream will be forgot;
• Dreams are important for your health so if you don’t have any dreams you may have a lack of proteins or a personality problem;
• Almost a third of our life is lived through dreams. Many people say they don’t have any dream at night, but all human beings dream;
• Studies showed that brain activity is more intense while sleeping than when we are awake;
• We dream about one-two hours/night and we can have from four to seven dreams.