facts about your dreams
Perhaps you’ve had the experience of having a fascinating dream interrupted by someone waking you up in the middle of it. You must have seen the same dream from the same place where it was broken when you went back to sleep. If this is the case, you have naturally experienced lucid dreaming.
-You have control over your dreams as well. Dreams are seen in the subconscious part of the brain, and Ludis Dreams are those that we can control. This is referred to as lucid dreaming.
-When we wake up, we forget about 95 to 99 percent of our dreams. Only about 1% to 5% of our dreams are remembered by us. Now you’re probably wondering what happened in the rest of the dream!
-Dreams can bring us a happy morning or a frightening night. Some people enjoy dreaming, while others are terrified of the word “dream.” There are numerous dream secrets, some of which have been solved and others which remain unsolved. Let’s look at 11 fascinating facts about your dreams…
-Blind people have dreams as well. In dreams, those who are born blind experience sounds, touch, and taste, among other things, instead of visual experiences.
-Every night, we usually have 4 to 6 dreams. In a typical year, we have between 1,460 and 2,190 dreams.
-People who go blind later in life have visuals in their dreams as well, but these are just memories stored in their subconscious mind.
-We sleep for 25 years of our lives, 6 years or more of which are spent dreaming.
-While dreaming, our bodies become paralyzed. When we sleep, our bodies transition from light sleep to deep sleep in 90 minutes. Our bodies become paralyzed once we enter the rapid eye moment (REM) sleep state. Then we have a dream. This is why we often want to move our arms and legs while dreaming but are unable to do so. Our hands and feet feel as if they have been grabbed.