Mind Blowing Facts About Dreams
Mind blowing facts about dreams – Know facts about dreams , what are you do in your dream,
1.Only Some People Dream In Black and White
British Research shows that seniors—but not young people—dream in black and white about 25 percent of the time.
Scientists say the older generation’s exposure to black-and-white TV may explain why they sometimes struggle to dream in Technicolor.
2.The ‘Strangers’ You Meet May Not Be So Strange
Though scientists haven’t proved this yet, some researchers believe that the strangers you meet in your dreams may be people you’ve met before.
3.Some Of Your Body Parts Will Morph
Scientists aren’t sure why this happens, but most peoples’ brains have trouble recreating hands and faces when they’re unconscious, says Men’s Health sleep advisor W. Chris Winter, M.D.
4.You Can’t Walk
Just like your brain has problems rendering hands and faces, your brain has trouble recreating the physical sensation associated with your feet hitting the ground, Dr. Winter says.
Look down in a dream, and you’ll usually find yourself floating or flying, he says.
5.You Can Have Dreams Within Dreams
You wake up from a dream and start your morning routine. But when you reach for your coffee, you notice your arm is actually a Terminator-style metal spear. Then you wake up for real.
6. Horror dreams
Every one sees the horror dreams atleast once in 15 days.A study says that this effect is much more in 7 to 14 years kids.
7. Falling Experience
Every one feels the falling experience within dream.
Contrary to a popular myth, you will not actually die if you do not wake up before you hit the ground during a fall. As with most common dream themes, falling is an indication of insecurities, instabilities, and anxieties. You are feeling overwhelmed and out of control in some situation in your waking life.
8. Dreams are universal
All animals and birds also dream.
Science shows that animals do indeed dream
All mammals share the same neural structures that are important in sleeping and dreaming. Innumerable people have seen dogs twitching and often vocalizing in their sleep and say they’re sure they’re dreaming. While some people dismiss these “citizen accounts” as mere stories, there are solid scientific data that clearly show that other animals too dream.