You have entered a world within your mind, one which is completely realistic, but completely safe. One where you can do anything your heart desires, no limits, no consequences. This is called a dream. (add things here) .There were many times in my life I have either woken up in the middle of the night because of a horrible nightmare or woke up in the morning hoping to be able recall my dreams.Dreams happen whether, we remember them or not. That's why I have spent all my time researching what my dreams actually mean. Dreams to me were always a fascinating thing and had always interested me. I have been interested in how dreams occur, what is the purpose of dreams, and finally how they affect our lives.
A few of these scenarios may be able to recall : flying, falling, climbing to great or frightening heights, trying to run from a threat through a sludge of quicksand, sharing an embrace with a mysterious stranger, or popping up suddenly in your grade 6ix classroom and then getting turned upsidedown by a twister. How do we get to these places? How do dreams happen? The first thing we need to do is of course sleep but these dreams do not occur right away. First the the heart rate and breathing needs to slow down, and muscles all across the body need to relax. Then at about the 90minute mark (based on research) the dreams mainly occur, the dreams happen in the rapideye movement (REM) stage of sleep—when brain activity is high and resembles that of being awake. REM sleep is revealed by continuous movements of the eyes during sleep. The body stays in the REM cycle for most of the time, but even when it's in the REM cycle it is active as the human body is awake. Motor Signals from the brain to the body are (insert word here) by certain neurotransmitters which, temporarily paralyzes us which is it total purpose and intent. It is good for us that ...
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