15 Interesting Facts About Dreams You Should Know

In this article you can discover some of the most interesting facts about dreams. Do not Miss!
Have you ever wondered why some people dream and some don’t? Or how long we dream each night? In this article, we’ll reveal all the interesting facts you need to know about dreams.

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15 Interesting Facts About Dreams
Dreams have fascinated men and women around the world since the dawn of humanity. The meanings of dreams have raised hundreds of doubts. That is why we want to tell you some interesting facts that will make you speechless about dreams.

1.We All Dream
Did you know that we all dream every night? (Except for people suffering from certain conditions such as REM disorder)
It doesn’t matter if you remember your dreams when it is morning – we all dream every night! However, although some people may remember one, two or more dreams, other people cannot.
Note: Only people with a REM disorder do not have dreams at night, but the percentage of people suffering from it is quite low.

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2.There Is Something Called “Sleep Paralysis”
This is not a nightmare, but a situation experienced by thousands of people around the world. Sleep paralysis inhibits the person suffering from it and prevents them from performing any voluntary action for a period of time, usually a state between sleep and wakefulness.
3.We Spend About 6 Years of Our Lives Having Dreams
Of course, this time does not include the time we spend dreaming during the day!

Every night, we dream several times over 5 to 20 minute periods. If we calculate this based on current life expectancy, we can conclude that people spend an average of six years dreaming.

4.Interesting Facts About Sleep: A Few Minutes After Waking Up, We Forget Our Dreams
Often, dreams are easily forgotten. Have you ever lost your mind trying to tell someone about your dream?

This is because the way we process and store information in our memory is not the same as the way our mind dreams.

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5.Some People Dream of Things That Happen After
Hunch finally shows you what happens in real life.
Yes, we are talking about the nativity. There is still no scientific explanation for this, but there are known cases of people who see later dreams in their dreams. For example:

He is said to have dreamed of the assassination of Abraham Lincoln.
Some people are alleged to have seen the Titanic tragedy in their dreams.
Some victims of the attack on the Twin Towers are said to have dreamed of a possible catastrophe.

6.Some of History’s Most Famous Inventions Are Based on Dreams
As you will see, some inventors changed the course of humanity as we know it based on their dreams. This is the case for Google creator Larry Page, James Watson, discoverer of the DNA double helix, and Elias Howe, inventor of the sewing machine!

7.Men’s Dreams and Women’s Dreams May Be Different
Some studies show that women often dream about family and friends in familiar situations, while men tend to have more aggressive dreams, often involving aggressive encounters with other men. This is because the men in our society are socialized to be more aggressive.

8.Interesting Facts About Dreams: Your Brain Doesn’t Rest at Night
We tend to associate sleep with rest and calmness, and we imagine our brains “shutting down”. However, as you should suspect, this is not true: our brains are active while we sleep, that is how we dream.
9.Some People Dream in Black and White
We often dream in color, but some people do it in black and white. You may even have black and white dreams in isolated situations. Has this ever happened to you?

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10.Most People Can’t Read Something in a Dream
Being able to read time in a dream is not something everyone can do.
Have you ever had a dream you were reading? Or are you about to take the exam? Reading a piece of paper in a dream is not a simple task, and many people cannot even do this. That’s why he dreams of failing so many exams!

The same is true for reading time.

11.Interesting Facts About Sleep: Animals Can Also Dream
This is unproven (and even very complicated to prove). However, it is suspected that animals can also dream. Have you ever seen your dog shaking and moaning his paws while sleeping? The easiest explanation for this is that he is dreaming!

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12.Sometimes it is possible to direct and change your dreams
The dreams that we are aware of that we are dreaming and that we can change the dream in a way we want are called conscious dreams.

13.We have more negative dreams than positive things

Scientists don’t know why. However, various studies have concluded that negative dreams tend to be more frequent than positive dreams. Emotions such as anxiety, fear, and hopelessness were repeated more frequently in studies than happiness and love.

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14.Interesting Facts About Sleep: Blind People Also Dream
Not seeing does not prevent blind people from dreaming. In fact, many see images in their dreams while others dream with their other senses, including things like touch, smell, and hearing.
15. We Only See The Faces We See In Our Dream
Now you know this: If in your dream you are being chased or attacked and you can see the face of the person attacking you, it has to be someone you know or see somewhere!

Have we surprised you with these interesting facts about dreams? Surely you will remember some of this fun information while going to sleep tonight. Sweet Dreams!

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