Top 10 Incredible things you didn't know about dreams and nightmares Subscribe to our channel: http://goo.gl/9CwQhg For copyright matters please contact us at: [email protected] Other Videos You Might Like 10 Scary Sleep Paralysis Experiences https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EnhOuE5iUo8 10 Myths People Still Believe https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SWTUC2hoYtg Description: If there is something that we all do, it’s the fact that we all dream in some form or another. Even animals have dreams. Blind people also have the ability to dream. While we sleep, our mind processes our everyday thoughts and stresses and help us process them in order to better understand them. Legend has it that the famous artist, Salvador Dali would wake up from his dreams and immediately start painting so that he can catch the surreal fantasy that he saw with his mind. Even Vincent Van Gough confessed that he dreams what he paints, as well as painting what he dreams. Dreams are the source of our inspiration. Even Stephanie Meyer said that she dreamed the iconic field scene in Twilight, which gave her inspiration to write the famous novels. There are so much more to dreams than random images and people we see in our minds. Our dreams have the ability to send us a message and help us cope with a stressful situation in our lives. Dream therapy isn’t too far off the radar when it comes to helping people cope with the issues in their lives. Here are ten mind-blowing facts about dreams. There is a whole field of study dedicated to our dreams, and scientists and psychologists are trying to harness the power of our dreams to see just how far our minds can go when it comes to our relationship to Earth and our entire existence. We may never know what our dreams will mean exactly, but the professionals have given us a good head start. Our Social Media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheRichest.org Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheRichest_Com Instagram: http://instagram.com/therichest For more videos and articles visit: http://www.therichest.com/
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We all have them, some are better than others and most are better off forgotten. No, not ex-girlfriends/ boyfriends (wouldn't want to be gender specific) DREAMS! This is 101 facts about dreams. How can there be 101 facts you ask? Well some came to us in a . . . . dream. Enjoy. Subscribe to 101 Facts here: http://bit.ly/1MtNBJD Watch 101 Facts About Star Wars: http://bit.ly/1hIODsQ
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Did you know that if you live up to the age of 75, you’ll have spent 25 of those years sleeping? That’s one-third of your life… asleep! Of that third, a whole 6 years is dedicated to dreaming. Well, if you’re gonna spend so much time off in dreamland, you might as well know get to know some useful facts about this magical place! I like this one. It turns out, strangers' faces in your dreams are actual faces you’ve seen in real life! Our mind isn’t as good at inventing faces as it is at recognizing or remembering them. So, that random stranger who held a door open for you like 8 years ago, their face could’ve made it into one of your dreams by now! Isn't it amazing? Other videos you might like: 8 Dream Signs You Shouldn't Ignore https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EBlUezUO8KU& 9 Fascinating Things That Happen to Your Body While You Sleep https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mUX2kzxgmTo& I Decided to Sleep for 4 Hours a Day, See What Happened https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lbFzL-0pEeU& TIMESTAMPS: You can problem-solve in your dreams 0:49 You’re more likely to have negative dreams than positive ones 1:43 You can control your dreams 2:22 You only remember about 10% of your dreams 3:44 Animals probably dream 4:08 Cave paintings are most likely prehistoric dream journals 4:47 Dreams are symbolic 5:22 Blind people can dream visually 5:59 Many dreams are universal 6:27 Men and women dream differently 6:54 In dreams, we only see faces that we’ve already seen before 7:32 Dreams are good for your creativity 8:00 Your brain is more active when you’re dreaming than when you’re awake 8:35 You experience sleep paralysis during your dreams 9:07 The brain can incorporate reality into dreams 9:34 You can thank TV for the fact that you dream in color 10:01 #dreams #sleep #sleepingfacts Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ SUMMARY: - Sleeping on something often gives us a new perspective on a problem we’re facing. The famous pro-golfer Jack Nicklaus even cured a bad playing streak by figuring out in a dream that he was holding his club all wrong! - Bad dreams are much more common that happy fun dreams. In general, the most frequently felt emotions in dreams are anxiety, anger, sadness, and fear. - Being able to control your dreams is something called lucid dreaming. It’s basically a combination of simultaneously being in a state of REM sleep (which is when you dream) and in a state of consciousness. - The reality is that we ALL dream, on average about 4-7 dreams per night. It’s just that up to 60% of people don’t remember them at all. - While science is still trying to figure this one out, it’s been proven that all animals experience cycles of REM and non-REM sleep and even show the same brain activity as humans do during dreaming. - According to “The Complete Book of Dreams” by Julia and Derek Parker, some experts suggest that cave paintings are actually records of dreams. - Dreams speak a very exclusive and symbolic language, so they’re rarely what they seem. Only you can decipher all those absurd little movies playing in your head as you sleep! - Even if someone is blind from birth, their dreams can be just as intense as a sighted person’s. Only, there’s one exception: they involve all the other senses except sight. - Cross-culturally, some of the most common dreams are of being chased, being attacked, falling, repeating an action over and over again, being frozen with fear, and being late for something. - Men’s dreams include other men about 70% of the time. Women’s dreams, however, involve both men and women equally. - You might think all of you is resting at night, but your brain is actually is more active during sleep than when you’re awake. - If there’s something happening around you while you’re dreaming, like drilling for example, you might start dreaming that you’re at the dentist getting a cavity filled. - In studies done from 1915 through the 1950s, researchers found that the vast majority of people only dreamed in black and white. But everything changed in the 1960s, and people slowly started dreaming in color a lot more. Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Our Social Media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/brightside/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/brightgram/ 5-Minute Crafts Youtube: https://www.goo.gl/8JVmuC Photos: https://www.depositphotos.com East News ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- For more videos and articles visit: http://www.brightside.me/
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Thanks for helping us hit 200K subscribers. We will do our best to continue producing psychology videos every Sunday! This video features 12 dream facts that you may not know about. Which of these dream facts do you recognize? Comment below. Hope you find these facts interesting! Article Referenced: https://www.psych2go.net/12-fascinating-facts-about-dreams-sleep-might-not-know/ More Psych2Go here: http://youtube.com/psych2go Art + editing by chiistix: http://www.instagram.com/chiistix Voiceover by lilyloo: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCiMhc6xKFcNiB7zViatsCcw Contact Psych2Go: Website: http://psych2go.net Twitter: http://twitter.com/psych2go Facebook: http://facebook.com/psych2go Tumblr: http://psych2go.me BGM: "Clear Waters" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ If you guys like to get in touch with us, send us an email here: [email protected]
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Dreaming is a universal human experience. From happy dreams about past events to nightmares about events unknown, we all dream. Though scientists have put a great deal of study into dreams, our sleeping thoughts are still largely an enigma, a mystery. For how much we would like to know, we know very little. But the facts we do know about dreams are fascinating - from differences in what men and women dream about to the ability to control our dreams to how our dreams are affected by what happens around us. (Just like the film Inception; well, maybe not exactly like, but close enough.) Dive with us into the deepest part of our sleeping selves in this list of 25 dream facts which might help you sleep better. Follow us on: Twitter: https://twitter.com/list25 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/list25 Website: http://list25.com Instagram: https://instagram.com/list25/ Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/list25/ Be sure to check out the physical list here: http://list25.com/25-dream-facts-which-might-help-you-sleep-better/ The most common dream we all experience is of a cheating spouse or lover. Rooted in the universal fear of being left alone, dreaming about a partner’s infidelity can happen many times and often not even be related to concerns of or the reality of an affair. All humans become aroused during sleep, especially during REM (Rapid Eye Movement) sleep. It is common for adolescent boys to have “nocturnal emissions”, and women can experience similar changes with their genitals becoming “engorged and lubricated”. The amount of people who dream they are flying has increased from 1956 to 2000. Researchers believe we now dream more of flying because the advent of airplanes has us flying more. The dreams of insecure people differ from those of people who are more secure. Insecure people report dreaming more often and more intensely where strong emotions are brought to the forefront. To stay in a dream for an extra few minutes after waking up, stay in the same position you were in while asleep. If you move or stretch, your body activates your muscles and turns off the dream. (It would follow that to get rid of a nightmare, you should flail your limbs everywhere!) When we dream, our brains encode information from short-term to long-term memory. If you’re having trouble remembering things, take a nap or make sure you’re getting plenty of rest for your body. (We all need different amounts.) Our dream recall starts to decrease as soon as we reach adulthood. Both how well we remember our dreams and how intense our dreams are decrease with age – continuing as we get older. (It even befalls men faster than it does women.) Separate from daydreaming, wakeful dreaming is using our imagination to bring up a recent dream. After bringing up the dream, let it play out, noting what happens. Wakeful dreaming can be used for relaxation and to process a complicated dream. What we think about before falling asleep can have a significant role in our dream content. If we actively focus on something, it will likely come up, but if we let our minds wander before bed, they will likely bring up things which are bothering us, both while falling asleep and during our dreams. While we dream, our brains are hard at work solving problems and working out solutions. Thus, especially if you’re studying for a big exam, you may be better off going to bed a bit earlier to cement the information you’ve been studying rather than pulling an all-nighter. We often dream about events which have happened in the past week of our lives. This is due to the dream-lag effect. The part of our brains responsible for emotions, learning, and memory – the hippocampus – transfers information from short-term memory to long-term memory to consolidate it for future use. The transfer can take up to a week, which is why events from the previous week are most common. Since we dream about what’s happening in our lives, it should come as no surprise that pregnant women dream more often of pregnancy and childbirth. What is interesting is that dreaming of childbirth is more common in later parts of the third trimester than the earlier and, strangely, pregnant women experience more morbid dreams.
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Leanback and IMG! later this week! LINKS TO LEARN: Smarter Every Day: http://www.youtube.com/destinws2 How to Lucid Dream: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=llw717IARpQ Whatswhat reviews my beard and other stuff: http://ow.ly/700ES ALL music by Jake Chudnow: http://soundcloud.com/jakechudnow **SLEEP STUFF** Good general sleep info: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sleep Sleep facts: http://www.abc.net.au/science/sleep/facts.htm REM sleep: http://www.why-we-dream.com/remstate.htm Old video about REM sleep: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CzoU0_sgip4 Lucid Dreaming on the Discovery Channel: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ASf55cov5F8 Quick info in different dream theories: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dream#The_Neurobiology_of_dreaming Incredible documentary on a fatal disease that keeps you from sleeping: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nIeTVVAEFn8
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CRAFTS & HACKS ► https://goo.gl/hxvYYc Have you ever thought about what happens with your body, senses and mind while you're sleeping? Many of you will say that all the parts of our bodies are resting, regaining strength and so on. Of course it's true, but it's not that simple. Some of you might think about snoring, but this is not the only curious and funny thing that happens while we're asleep. We really wanted to know more about it, so today we're gonna tell you some interesting, useful and even terrifying things that happen to us while we are sleeping.
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View full lesson: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/why-do-we-dream-amy-adkins In the 3rd millennium BCE, Mesopotamian kings recorded and interpreted their dreams on wax tablets. In the years since, we haven't paused in our quest to understand why we dream. And while we still don’t have any definitive answers, we have some theories. Amy Adkins reveals the top seven reasons why we might dream. Lesson by Amy Adkins, animation by Clamanne Studio.
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#psychology #facts #fact #psychologyfacts #psychologist #readhuman #read human true facts about human nature To know about a person psychology is very important. You can know many things about a person by their habits. We Have selected top 20 psychological facts tat can tell many tin about a person Have a look : In this video you will know what is psychology and psychological facts about dream, love, mind, human body and life. You will find tricks and sign to know about a person psychological behavior.It can say many things about a human. I hope you will like this video, Kindly have a look:- Please Subscribe to watch more interesting videos. Like us Comment below Share this video if helpful Hello Friends, Welcome to my youtube channel Knowledge Detection. In this channel you will get information about all general knowledge topic which include psychology, health tips , Interesting facts, history, face reading, palm reading, astrology, politics, numerology and basic computer Knowledge . All the information contain in this channel on basis of my personal studies and most of from internet. for any health related issue you should consult a doctor before apply suggested remedy . Business Enquiry:- Contact me on my mail id [email protected]
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Sleep plays a vital role in good health and well-being throughout your life. During sleep, your body is working to support healthy brain functioning and maintain your physical health. The damage from sleep deprivation might not hurt you instantly but it’s a safe bet it will harm you over time if it continues for a long time. For example, ongoing sleep deprivation can raise your risk for chronic health problems such as depression, high blood pressure, obesity, diabetes, and various heart problems. The ancient Greeks were the first people to realize the importance of sleep in people’s lives and for that reason they worshiped Morpheus (god of sleep and dreams), to whom they prayed for a good night’s sleep and peaceful dreams. Today, however, since the rhythms of modern life are more demanding and stressful than ever before, many people tend to suffer from insomnia (mainly due to stress and anxiety) or intentional sleep deprivation in an attempt to achieve more than a normal human being should in a day. In case you’re one of those people who don’t fully realize the importance of sleep, take a look at these 25 Cool Facts About Sleep You Probably Didn't Know and we can promise you that you will make a few changes in your life starting today. Follow us on: Twitter: https://twitter.com/list25 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/list25 Website: http://list25.com Instagram: https://instagram.com/list25/ Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/list25/ Check out the physical list here: http://list25.com/25-cool-facts-about-sleep-you-probably-didnt-know/ A new baby typically results in 400–750 hours of lost sleep for parents in the first year. In the REM (rapid-eye movement) stage of sleep (it’s when we are dreaming) your body is normally paralyzed. In rare cases, however, people act out their dreams. This has led to broken arms and legs, broken furniture, and in at least one reported case, a house burning down. Dreams are responsible for many of the greatest inventions of mankind. A few examples include the idea for Google, the alternating current generator, DNA’s double-helix form, and the sewing machine, among others. It might sound like something out of Inception, but it’s true. Falling backward while in a dream is a popular technique for waking from an unpleasant dream, or changing the scenery of your unpleasant dream. And keep in mind that, just as in Inception, falling backward in a dream can sometimes cause a “false awakening,” where you think you’re awake but still dreaming. Regardless of whether men spend more of their waking hours thinking about sex, a 2007 study found that they are no more likely to dream about sex than women. However, the type of sex dreams that participants had varied by gender. Women are more likely to dream about sex with celebrities, exes, and current partners. Men are more likely to dream about having multiple partners, and ninety percent of men’s sex dreams involve women initiating sex. In rare cases, people can die from insomnia. To be more specific, fatal familial insomnia is a rare genetic disease that prevents a person from falling asleep, eventually leading to death. The average survival span for patients diagnosed with FFI after the onset of symptoms is eighteen months. This very rare disease has been found in just twenty-nine families worldwide, affecting a total of seventy-eight people, and the first recorded case was an Italian man, who died in Venice in 1765. Women are two times more likely to have insomnia than men, according to the National Sleep Foundation. Experts speculate that the reason may have to do with female hormones. Sleepless nights and daytime sleepiness have been linked to hormonal changes in a woman’s life, including pregnancy, menopause, and the menstrual cycle. People who don’t get enough sleep are more likely to have bigger appetites due to the fact that their leptin levels (leptin is an appetite-regulating hormone) fall, promoting appetite increase. This explains why people who suffer from insomnia usually gain weight. Scientists still don’t know—and probably never will—if animals dream during REM sleep, as humans do. According to the International Classification of Sleep Disorders, shift workers are at increased risk for a variety of chronic illnesses such as cardiovascular and gastrointestinal diseases. In other words, and despite what your boss might tell you, the body never adjusts to shift work. And more...
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If you dream, you’ve probably experienced some of these interesting facts about dreams. The fact is everybody dreams, whether we remember or not. Do you want to learn more about your dreams? Check out these 25 interesting facts about dreams you might not be aware of. Most people enjoy a good dream. They can be so beautiful and peaceful. But they can also be very scary. Furthermore, these dreams can be linked to things you do every day. You won’t believe some of the facts associated with your dreams and how they affect you. Check out these interesting facts about dreams (and our photo credits and sources) and let us know in the comments below what are some of your dreams? https://list25.com/25-interesting-facts-about-dreams-you-might-not-be-aware-of/ SUBSCRIBE - http://bit.ly/2uwq6BJ Follow us on: List25 Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/list25 List25 Instagram: https://instagram.com/list25/ List25 Twitter - https://twitter.com/list25 List25 Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/list25/ See more lists on our website: http://list25.com Did you know that kids who watched monochrome TV often dream in black and white? Did you also know that most people have anywhere between 4 to 6 dreams per night (but we forget about 95-99% of them). Here’s a shocking fact: some people have been able to legitimately dream of future events. Crazy, right?! Check out the rest of these 25 interesting facts about dreams you might not be aware of. If you enjoyed our video, you’ll enjoy these videos as well: 25 Meanings Of Common NIGHTMARES You Should Be Aware Of - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XxsCOScWKc0 25 Facts About Sleep Paralysis That Make It Scary - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mp9MkRpoIuA Music: "Keep Dreaming" by Topher Mohr and Alex Elena
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Amazing things that happen to people while dreaming. Subscribe to our channel: http://goo.gl/9CwQhg Description: Sleep is something that we do and need on a regular basis in order for our bodies to function. For most of us that sleep, we tend to experience some sort of dreaming, where our minds take off and we experience another world of existence. Sometimes we have good dreams, and sometimes we have nightmares that can terrify us to the core and force us to sleep with the lights on for the rest of the night. But our dreams are so much more than a nightly occurrence. But instead, they offer glimpses into our very own psyches and tell us so much about our psychology and how we deal with stress, anxiety, and overall feelings of our life. Studies have shown that we experience 4-6 dreams per night, which we quickly forget within the first ten minutes that we wake up. In the time that we dream, it can total out to be about 6 years of our life that we spend dreaming. While sleeping is typically perceived as a time of rest, scientists have discovered that the brain is busier than ever in our sleep while it is recharging. In fact, the brain can actually learn more efficiently and uses sleep and dreaming to process the new information it has received during the day. In dreaming, the brain can also sort through problems and dilemmas and come up with solutions. Needless to say, the brain is more active while it is recharging. This stage is known as rapid eye movement, and the body will also release a chemical that paralyzes you so that you don’t act out your dreams. If you wake up suddenly while the chemical is still present, sleep paralysis can result. If the brain hasn’t completely woken up yet, people can hallucinate and see their dreams before them. The result is the person is paralyzed, unable to speak, and could possibly be experiencing some pretty terrifying images that they don’t understand. Those who are blind can also dream, but in a different way. For those who have been blind since birth, they have no concept of visual stimulation, and therefore, can’t process visual imagery in their sleep. Instead, the blind experience dreams with their other senses in a heightened form, such as sound, taste, smell, and touch. While dreaming, we also act out our fears and personal insecurities. If you’re in a serious relationship, you’ve probably experienced a dream or two where your significant other is having an affair. Sometimes, these dreams are so real that the dreamer is still angry upon awakening. As long as the line between reality and personal worries is clear, then hopefully the drama stays in dream land. Sometimes our dreams can lead to more physical results, such as nocturnal emissions, or better known as wet dreams. Not just males experience this kind of pleasure and euphoria in their dreams, but females as well. This phenomenon is common in adolescence, but adults can have these sort of dreams too. These are but a few of the strange things about dreams. Check out the video and find out what other extraordinary things your brain is trying to tell you! Our Social Media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheRichest.org Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheRichest_Com Instagram: http://instagram.com/therichest --------------------------------------------------------------- Featuring: How much do we dream? Brain Activity Learning Blind Dreams The Affair Nocturnal Emissions Lucid Dreaming Inventions Premonition dreams Sleep Paralysis --------------------------------------------------------------- Music Track: Fast Light --------------------------------------------------------------- For more videos and articles visit: http://www.therichest.com/
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Sleep paralysis is a very strange condition in which you feel like you are awake but cannot move. It happens when you are between the stages of wakefulness and sleep, and there are people who describe the whole experience as being awake in a horrifying nightmare. If you are one of those unlucky people who have ever experienced sleep paralysis, then you definitely know how awful this disorder can be. But is sleep paralysis something new? The answer is no. Myths and legends about sleep paralysis have existed for centuries all across the globe and symptoms of sleep paralysis have been described in many ways and often attributed to an evil presence. Almost every culture throughout history has had stories of shadowy evil creatures terrifying helpless humans at night. People have tried for years to logically explain this mysterious phenomenon and the accompanying feelings of terror, but most of these attempts have been unsuccessful since they attribute it to the supernatural. Only recently has science managed to more closely examine the causes and interpretations of sleep paralysis from both a scientific and cultural perspective. So what do you say? Want to know more about this bizarre, terrifying, but ultimately harmless sleep disorder? If the answer is yes, then check out these 25 Facts About Sleep Paralysis That Make It Scary. Follow us on: Twitter: https://twitter.com/list25 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/list25 Website: http://list25.com Instagram: https://instagram.com/list25/ Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/list25/ Check out the physical list here: http://list25.com/25-facts-about-sleep-paralysis-that-make-it-scary/ Sleep paralysis is a feeling of being conscious but unable to move. It occurs when a person passes between stages of wakefulness and sleep. During these transitions you may be unable to move or speak for a few seconds up to a few minutes. Many sufferers describe sleep paralysis like they have woken up dead. They suggest that your mind wakes up but your body doesn’t, so you essentially feel trapped inside your body and unable to move. According to science there are two types of sleep paralysis: isolated sleep paralysis, or ISP, where sufferers will experience sleep paralysis once or twice in their lives, and recurrent isolated sleep paralysis, or RISP, where a person will experience several episodes during their lifetime. RISP is more intense because it can last up to an hour and it can be accompanied by an out-of-body experience. Most people who suffer from sleep paralysis have said they feel like something or someone is in the room with them (during an episode) or like they have actually seen or heard something as well. Pretty scary experience now that I think about it. Sleep paralysis occurs twice as often to men than women. The good news is that SP is less common in the general population than was previously thought. A 1999 study in Germany indicated that the disorder is often associated with a mental disorder. The bad news, however, is that when SP occurs you can’t wake yourself up. You might be able to move your toes or do facial expressions but you can’t fully wake up and unfortunately you will have to wait it out. Many people wrongly connect sleep paralysis with night terrors when in reality they are completely different from each other. A night terror is a sleep disruption that seems similar to a nightmare, but with a far more dramatic presentation. One theory on sleep paralysis suggests that the phenomenon is a result of REM sleep disruption where the body is still in a state of muscle atonia, which prevents a dreamer from acting out their dreams. And more... Outro Links: 25 Cool Facts About Sleep You Probably Didn't Know: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cBWcIv6SoCM&list=PL3Ikn3SKdJHh3ydUUZpusjBVgt3PTPmeH&index=180 25 Dream Facts Which Might Help You Sleep Better: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p-qNuhYpSwQ&list=PL3Ikn3SKdJHh3ydUUZpusjBVgt3PTPmeH&index=148
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Strangest facts about dreams! These dream facts are amazing and will teach you about things like sleep paralysis and lucid dreaming and you’ll realize all of the facts about your dreams you didn’t know! 7. Can’t Recall - Dreaming is just like using the bathroom; everybody does it. Well, maybe the two aren’t exactly the same, and if you dream about using the bathroom, you probably wouldn’t remember it anyway. Although everyone dreams, many of us can’t recall what we dreamt even if it just happened. People who remember their dreams are generally those who wake up during them, keep a dream diary, or practice lucid dreaming. However, even if we do remember what was going on in our minds throughout the night, we won’t be able to hold on to those memories for very long. But, why do we forget our dreams? During REM sleep, norepinephrine stops being released in our brains. This chemical helps with various functions, including the memory; so, a common theory is that due to its absence during sleep, remembering our dreams is considerably more difficult. Research has also shown that people with certain characteristics are more likely to remember their dreams. Those who experience depression or other disorders retain dream memories better because they awaken more often during the night. Other studies revealed that those who think they’re imaginative or artistic remember more, and girls retain memories better than boys regarding their dreams. 6. Dream Dog - Is Rover pedaling his paws as if he’s running through a field chasing after rabbits in his sleep? Well, if you wanted to know whether or not your dog is dreaming, here’s the answer: yes. The general makeup of a dog’s brain is quite similar to people’s. Studies have proven, although not entirely, that every type of mammal experiences REM sleep. Even some lizards and feathered critters have exhibited signs of dreaming. Although the storylines animals conjure up in their minds are likely not as complicated as ours, dreaming plays an important role in their health as well. In fact, studies in which animals were kept awake for extended periods of time resulted in tissue damage and severe effects on their motor skills. So, let your puppy sleep even though he’s really cute and you want to play with him; he’ll learn things more quickly, and you’ll have fewer messes to clean up throughout your house.
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Here are 10 fun facts about sleep that you probably don't know Here are 10 fun facts about sleeping: Number 10 - When you are snoring, you can't dream. Number 9 - On average a person spends nearly 6 years dreaming during sleep. Number 8 -- While sleeping, dolphins keep half of their brain awake -- this sleep behavior helps them guard against predators. Number 7 - A study done by Shue Yan University in Hong Kong shows that your sleep positions can affect the kinds of dreams you have. According to this study, people who slept on their stomach had more dreams related to sex than people who slept on their back or on their side. Number 6 - Different species of animals have varied sleep requirements. For instance, a giraffe only needs 2 hours of sleep. On the other end, bats sleep for nearly 80% of their lives. Number 5 - Do you know that there is a sleep disorder called the sleeping beauty syndrome? Those suffering from this disorder sleep up to 20 hours a day. Unfortunately, its symptoms can last for days or even months. Number 4 - According to historian, Roger Ekirch, in the past it was normal to get 2-interval sleep cycles, one in the early evening, a break, and then a second later at night. Historical documents support this - there are references to neighbors visiting each other in the middle of 2 sleeps and doctors suggesting couples to conceive a baby after the first sleep. Number 3 - According to a 2011 research study, the average US worker loses approximately 11.3 days each year in productivity due to insomnia, causing a collective loss of around $63.2 billion to US employers. Number 2 - Some researchers believe that those who stay awake late at night are more likely to have higher IQs than those who fall asleep early. And number 1 - Elephants stand during non-REM sleep but as they slip into REM sleep, they lie down.
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#psychology #facts #fact #psychologyfacts #psychologist #readhuman #read human new interesting facts about psychology To know about a person psychology is very important. You can know many things about a person by their habits. We Have selected top 20 psychological facts tat can tell many tin about a person Have a look : In this video you will know what is psychology and psychological facts about dream, love, mind, human body and life. You will find tricks and sign to know about a person psychological behavior.It can say many things about a human. I hope you will like this video, Kindly have a look:- Please Subscribe to watch more interesting videos. Like us Comment below Share this video if helpful Hello Friends, Welcome to my youtube channel Knowledge Detection. In this channel you will get information about all general knowledge topic which include psychology, health tips , Interesting facts, history, face reading, palm reading, astrology, politics, numerology and basic computer Knowledge . All the information contain in this channel on basis of my personal studies and most of from internet. for any health related issue you should consult a doctor before apply suggested remedy . Business Enquiry:- Contact me on my mail id [email protected]
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The quest to examine human dreams, and to know what they are all about, has been in existence since ages. [PLEASE, HELP US GROW - SUBSCRIBE TO OUR CHANNEL, HIT THE BELL ICON FOR NOTIFICATIONS] ---------------------------------------------------------- READ ALSO - http://www.psychologyandi.com/10-psychological-facts-full-thoughts/ [AWESOME PSYCHOLOGICAL FACTS] ---------------------------------------------------------- This video contains some awesome and shocking facts about dream. Some of these hidden facts and myths have been existing since the ancient world. ======================================= INTERESTING READS: - http://www.psychologyandi.com/4-weird-facts-about-human-emotions/ [FACTS ABOUT HUMAN EMOTION]. - http://www.psychologyandi.com/5-fun-facts-about-happiness/ [FUN FACTS ABOUT HAPPINESS]. - http://www.psychologyandi.com/facts-halloween/ [FACTS ABOUT HALLOWEEN] =========================================== REFERENCE: - http://www.psychologyandi.com/7-shocking-facts-dreams/ [FACTS ABOUT DREAM]. ========================================== interesting facts about dreams psychology, #facts about #dreams and love, psychological facts about dreams of someone, interesting facts about dreams and what they mean, facts about dreams coming true, interesting facts about dreams in tamil, spiritual facts about dreams, facts about dreams pdf, Is it normal to dream in color, What causes you to dream, Can you see people's faces in your dreams, Can you read while dreaming, Can you dream while in a coma, Is it rare to dream in color, How can you dream, Is Dreaming good or bad sleep, How long are your dreams, Can you count in your dreams, Can everyone dream, Do people who are color blind dream in color, How often do you have dreams, Can you control your dreams while sleeping, What percentage of your dreams do you remember, Do blind people dream in color, Can you control your dreams, Can you #sleep without dreaming, Is it dangerous to lucid dream, Is it possible to die in your dreams, Do dreams last for 3 seconds, Can you see people's faces in your dreams, Do blind people see black, Can blind people watch a movie, Is it rare to have a lucid dream, Can you predict the future in your dreams, Can a deaf person hear in their dreams, Can people who are blind hear better,
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You may have heard of lucid dreaming, the type of dream where the dreamer is aware of dreaming. Is lucid dreaming a real phenomenon? Sleep expert Matthew Walker explains how much we know about lucid dreams so far. Tech Insider tells you all you need to know about tech: gadgets, how-to's, gaming, science, digital culture, and more. Subscribe to our channel and visit us at: http://www.businessinsider.com/sai TI on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/techinsider TI on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tech_insider/ TI on Twitter: https://twitter.com/techinsider -------------------------------------------------- Following is the transcript of the video: Jessica Orwig: What if we could control our dreams? When most of us dream, our thoughts and actions are involuntary. The dream plays out as if we were watching a movie. But not all dreams are the same. There is another kind of dreaming called lucid dreaming, which is more like playing a video game than watching a movie. Matthew Walker: By definition lucid dreaming is simply the act of knowing that you're dreaming whilst you're dreaming. My name is Matthew Walker. I am a professor of neuroscience and psychology at the University of California Berkeley. Most people actually think of lucid dreaming more in the sense of actually beginning to control what you're dreaming. So, you gain volitional control and you decide what's going to happen during your dream. Orwig: Frequent lucid dreamers claim that they can control many parts of the dream such as teleporting themselves to another location, learning to improve real-life skills, or even eating fire. It might sound far-fetched. And until recently we lacked the technology to prove if lucid dreaming was real or not. But a series of recent studies has shed light on the phenomenon. Walker: Scientists have designed experiments and they’ve been able to demonstrate objectively that when people say that they're doing something in that dream that they actually are. Orwig: In 2012, scientists reported results from one of the first experiments that objectively measured lucid dreams using fMRI scanners. fMRIs measure the rate of blood flow to different areas of the brain, so they can relay information about a person's thoughts and actions simply through a series of images. For the study, scientists first asked participants to clench their fists while they were awake. This lit up key areas of the brain on the fMRI scanner. After that, participants were asked to fall asleep and dream about clenching their fists. Sure enough — similar regions of the brain lit up in both cases. Lucid dreaming comes naturally to some, but many of us have never experienced the sensation. However, that doesn’t mean it’s impossible. Walker: How can we actually become more capable of lucid dreaming? Well, it's a little bit tricky, but you can certainly try to tell yourself that you will remember that you're dreaming whilst you're dreaming before you actually fall asleep. So, try to go through a mantra chant as it were. Some people actually try to do deliberative things whilst sleeping, like turning on the lights in a room. And that helps them to become aware that they are dreaming at the moment of dreaming itself and therefore they gain lucid control. Orwig: Those who can already control their dreams with ease say lucid dreams aren’t only for entertainment but can also be used to expand one's conscious boundaries. On the other hand, lucid dreamers have also reported frightening accounts where they have trouble distinguishing reality from the dream. In some cases, this can be a sign of mental illness, and should be taken seriously. But why do some people have the ability to lucid dream but not others? And what is happening in our subconscious that triggers the experience? There’s still a lot we have to learn about the causes and effects of lucid dreaming. Walker: It seems to be only around 20 to 30% of the population are actually natural lucid dreamers. So, perhaps if it was so beneficial mother nature would have had all of us being table of lucid dreaming. And the fact that we’re not perhaps means that it's not necessarily beneficial. But we actually don’t know. Maybe those 20 to 30% of people who do lucid dream are at the forefront of hominid evolution, and they are going to be the next species of preference. We just don't know. Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/sai FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/techinsider TWITTER: https://twitter.com/techinsider INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/tech_insider/
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Top 10 facts about your dreams you need to understand! Subscribe to TheHub http://goo.gl/87YJzG For copyright matters please contact us at: [email protected] Hearing about other people’s dreams can be one of the most annoying things you have to sit through. It may be incredibly interesting to them that they battled Sharon Osborne while riding an emu and texting the Dalia Lama, but no one else cares. However, many people think that dreams do contain encoded messages and ideas, which our unconscious mind is somehow trying to communicate with us. The famous psychotherapists, Carl Jung and Sigmund Freud, were fascinated by the subject of dreams. They built a lot of analysis around them to try to gain an insight into their patients’ inner thoughts. A lot of us forget our dreams immediately, or within a few moments of waking up. So, if you want to keep a record, it’s best to have a dream diary right beside your bed. Today we look at dream symbolism from around the world and throughout human history. A lot of these are common to most people and you may have had dreams containing these ideas once or even many times. We’ll cover the classics like flying, falling and teeth falling out, as well as some less common symbols.
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#psychology #facts #fact #psychologyfacts #psychologist #readhuman #read human psychology facts about dream, love and people To know about a person psychology is very important. You can know many things about a person by their habits. We Have selected top 20 psychological facts tat can tell many tin about a person Have a look : In this video you will know what is psychology and psychological facts about dream, love, mind, human body and life. You will find tricks and sign to know about a person psychological behavior.It can say many things about a human. I hope you will like this video, Kindly have a look:- Please Subscribe to watch more interesting videos. Like us Comment below Share this video if helpful Hello Friends, Welcome to my youtube channel Knowledge Detection. In this channel you will get information about all general knowledge topic which include psychology, health tips , Interesting facts, history, face reading, palm reading, astrology, politics, numerology and basic computer Knowledge . All the information contain in this channel on basis of my personal studies and most of from internet. for any health related issue you should consult a doctor before apply suggested remedy . Business Enquiry:- Contact me on my mail id [email protected]
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ASMR | 97 Interesting Facts About Dreams | Facts Friday #47 | Ear to Ear Whisper A dream is a succession of images, ideas, emotions, and sensations that usually occur involuntarily in the mind during certain stages of sleep. The content and purpose of dreams are not fully understood, though they have been a topic of scientific speculation, as well as a subject of philosophical and religious interest, throughout recorded history. Dream interpretation is the attempt at drawing meaning from dreams and searching for an underlying message. The scientific study of dreams is called oneirology. Dreams mainly occur in the rapid-eye 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. At times, dreams may occur during other stages of sleep. However, these dreams tend to be much less vivid or memorable. The length of a dream can vary; they may last for a few seconds, or approximately 20–30 minutes. People are more likely to remember the dream if they are awakened during the REM phase. The average person has three to five dreams per night, and some may have up to seven; however, most dreams are immediately or quickly forgotten. Dreams tend to last longer as the night progresses. During a full eight-hour night sleep, most dreams occur in the typical two hours of REM. Opinions about the meaning of dreams have varied and shifted through time and culture. Many endorse the Freudian theory of dreams – that dreams reveal insight into hidden desires and emotions. Other prominent theories include those suggesting that dreams assist in memory formation, problem solving, or simply are a product of random brain activation. The earliest recorded dreams were acquired from materials dating back approximately 5000 years, in Mesopotamia, where they were documented on clay tablets. In the Greek and Roman periods, the people believed that dreams were direct messages from one and/or multiple deities, from deceased persons, and that they predicted the future. Some cultures practiced dream incubation with the intention of cultivating dreams that are of prophecy. Please support me on Tad: http://givetad.com/TheWhisperGamer When trying to "add funds" on tad search thewhispergamer Link to Patreon if you are interested in supporting. https://www.patreon.com/thewhispergamer Discord: https://discord.gg/Jp39aPe All of my Playlists: http://bit.ly/1XgpS8P Subscribe to my channel for more ASMR Gameplay https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCGXCx-xldiyOxv2s7oGevIQ?sub_confirmation=1 What does ASMR mean mom? Autonomous sensory meridian response (ASMR) is a euphoric experience characterized by a static-like or tingling sensation on the skin that typically begins on the scalp and moves down the back of the neck and upper spine, precipitating relaxation. How can I feel this? ASMR is usually precipitated by stimuli referred to as "triggers". ASMR triggers, which are most commonly acoustic and visual, may be encountered through the interpersonal interactions of daily life. Additionally, ASMR is often triggered by exposure to specific audio and video. Such media may be especially made with the specific purpose of triggering ASMR, or originally created for other purposes and later discovered to be effective as a trigger of the experience. Stimuli that can trigger ASMR, as reported by those who experience it, include the following: Listening to a softly spoken or whispering voice. Listening to quiet, repetitive sounds resulting from someone engaging in a mundane task such as turning the pages of a book. Watching somebody attentively execute a mundane task such as preparing food. Receiving altruistic tender personal attention.
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Sleep paralysis is one of the most scariest thing you'll ever encounter, it makes you feel a big fear of sleeping once you shrug off that bad dream. Some says that when you are in the process of sleeping paralysis there's a chance that you may die if you can't escape it or no one wake you up. But somehow there's a way to escape it by yourself. According to some patients, the thing you only have to do and that is necessary is to shake or move your toe. Then you'll get back in reality. On the contrary, as told by the experts, there's no way you can escape into it and the only way to escape is to wait for it to stop. No matter how you try to wake yourself up, even you shake your toe a lot, your facial muscles and your fingers you're still under that sleeping paralysis. Still, after you get back to reality, being a victim of sleeping paralysis, it will leave you awake and fearful of sleeping again for it may happen again. Here are some scary facts about sleeping paralysis: 1. It feels like you woke up dead. Most of the patient are saying the exact statement like others. They say that it feels like you're waking up dead, and you know your mind is awake but your body is not and you feel like you are trapped and you have nothing to do with it instead you just stare at those things around you. 2. Its a way more extreme than a night mare. “It is the complete opposite, actually,” Breus explains. When you enter deep REM sleep, your brain tells the body’s voluntary muscles to relax and go into almost a state of paralysis, which is called atonia. Atonia actually helps protect the body from injury by preventing you from acting out the physical movements in your dreams. In other parasomnias, such as sleepwalking or REM sleep behavior disorder, atonia does not occur properly and the voluntary muscles move while the mind remains asleep, which is why people can sometimes do crazy things in their sleep and be totally unaware of it. In sleep paralysis, the body remains paralyzed in REM atonia while the brain awakens and the eyes start to open, explains Breus. Sufferers become alert in a transient conscious state, but they are unable to move voluntary muscles or speak. Although involuntary muscle movement, like breathing, is not affected, there is often a sensation of chest pressure, which is why many people wake up from sleep paralysis gasping to take a deep breath. Episodes can last anywhere from 20 seconds to a few minutes. 3. It always happen between waking up and falling asleep. Sleep paralysis can occur during one of two transitions in the sleep cycle. The body must go into REM sleep, and it must come out of it, but sleep paralysis occurs when the body has trouble making these transitions. If it happens when you’re falling asleep, it’s called hypnagogic sleep paralysis, whereas if it happens during waking it’s called hypnopompic, Breus explains. Unfortunately, why the body can’t transition smoothly is still unknown. 4. It can make you see scary things and hallucinate. Unlike the visuals in nightmares or lucid dreams, which occur when the eyes are closed in REM sleep, these hallucinations occur in the state between sleeping and waking when the mind is alert and the eyes are open. True visual and auditory hallucinations during sleep paralysis are relatively rare, according to Breus, but many patients report feeling an undeniably strange or scary presence in the room. In addtion, sleep paralysis is just super frightening to begin with, so it often triggers a panicked response with increased heart rate. People freak out because they can’t move, and it’s this extreme anxiety which causes people to be very fearful of their surroundings. 5. You can escape it by waking yourself up. Some of the victims says that in order to wake yourself up is just by moving your toes, facial muscles and fingers. Ever body tries to do something to wake themselves up, but what is really freaking truth is you cant wake yourself up even you move any body parts, you cant fool the sleeping paralysis. The only thing to do is wait for it to stop by itself and you'll get back to reality, said by the experts. 6. Sleep paralysis is actually a natural occurrence and can happen to anyone at any age. Every time you go to sleep, there is some risk of waking up in sleep paralysis. But severity and degree of consciousness vary greatly — most people have at least one episode at some point in life but aren’t even aware of it. When it does happen, it’s highly individual and rarely the same experience for everyone. But it’s most common among young adults and people with a history of mental illness. 7. It’s probably related to being sleep deprived. According to experts, research has consistently shown that the less sleep you get and the more exhausted you are, the more likely you are to experience sleep paralysis and other sleep disorders.
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Have you ever been stuck in a bad dream? With these facts about lucid dreaming, you never will be again! Whether you want to learn how to control your dreams or just want some facts about those who can, this is the list for you! While you’re here, make sure to check out our store https://teespring.com/stores/list25-swag for the shirts that dreams are made of! We all go to bed hoping for good dreams, but sometimes that just doesn’t work out. Whether you struggle to get to sleep, want to stop nightmares, or just desperately want something interesting to talk about, lucid dreaming is for you. You might know it as active dreaming or inception dreaming, but whatever name you use there is no denying that it’s just downright cool! This list will teach you all about what we consider the BEST way to dream and how you can take control of your nighttime life. Ready for some amazing facts about lucid dreaming? Make sure to leave us a comment letting us know whether you’ve tried lucid dreaming and how it went for you! Full List, Photo Credits, and Sources: https://list25.com/25-bizarre-facts-about-lucid-dreaming SUBSCRIBE - http://bit.ly/2uwq6BJ Check out our store: https://teespring.com/stores/list25-swag Follow us on: List25 Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/list25 List25 Instagram: https://instagram.com/list25/ List25 Twitter - https://twitter.com/list25 List25 Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/list25/ See more Top 25 lists on our website: http://list25.com If you don’t know, lucid dreaming is when you can voluntarily control your dreams and experience them like it’s real life! While it was first discovered by the Dutch, over half the world’s population will experience a lucid dream at least once but only the really talented can make lucid dreaming a part of their normal sleep cycle. Meditation and visualizing have both been shown to help you lucid dream, but crazy enough lucid dreams can also help you kick a bad habit! But there is a dark side to lucid dreaming. Some people report feeling fear, sadness, and feeling trapped in a lucid dream, even experiencing full blown sleep paralysis but we hope that your lucid dreaming experience is a lot more pleasant. Ready to learn some fantastic facts about lucid dreaming? Make sure to watch this video all the way to the end to get all the great lucid dreaming facts and see which sleepy tips and tricks made it to our top 10! Music Credit: Lude Illa by Joe Bagale #List25 #TodayILearned #LucidDream
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10 Strangest Facts About Dreams Subscribe: http://bit.ly/28OgpSK Twitter: http://bit.ly/28UHzt2 Facebook: http://bit.ly/28OfgdH Number One: To sleep, perchance to dream....one way to tell if you are dreaming, apparently, is to try to read a book. It is reportedly very rare to be able to read a book in your dreams. Lucid dreamers claim that clocks can give you a clue about whether you are dreaming or awake. If you look at a clock and it isn't moving, but it shows a different time each time you look at it, you might be dreaming. Number Two: Lucid dreamers are their own subculture. They use various techniques to become aware they are dreaming, and then are sometimes able to control what they dream about. Once they gain control over their dreams, they are able to 'direct the action' - things like time travel, walking through walls, even flying. Number three: Dreams are responsible for many of the greatest inventions of mankind. A few examples include: The idea for Google -Larry Page, Alternating current generator -Tesla, DNA’s double helix spiral form -James Watson, The sewing machine -Elias Howe, Periodic table -Dimitri Mendeleyev…and many, many more. Number Four: Precognitive dreams have been documented. Those are dreams that foretell something that then actually happens. There are famous instances of predictive dreams. These include: Abraham Lincoln saw his assassination in a dream...Reportedly many people who experienced 9/11 saw it in dreams before the infamous date; Mark Twain had a dream about his brother dying; and The sinking of the Titanic was foretold by as many as 19 different people. Number Five: Another weird fact about dreams: Sleep Paralysis.....This is the stuff of nightmares. No, really - if you experience sleep paralysis you literally cannot move to escape a feeling of doom. There are 2 hallmark symptoms of sleep paralysis: the feeling that there is an evil presence in the room with you, coupled with the complete inability to move. Pair that with the sensation that you are NOT dreaming - and you have the makings of a truly terrifying experience. The amygdala (a part of the brain) is triggered during a sleep paralysis episode - so while you are paralyzed, your flight or fight response is fully engaged. This leads to physical symptoms of anxiety without the ability to respond as your body tells you RUN! or FIGHT! True terror! Number Six: During sleep, your body naturally progresses through various stages. Paralysis is actually normal in some stages of sleep. In REM (rapid-eye-movement) sleep, your body is usually paralysed. However, In rare cases, the paralysis doesn't take, and people act out their dreams. These have resulted in broken arms, legs, broken furniture, and in at least one reported case, a fire that led to a destroyed house. So paralysis in sleep isn't all bad! Number Seven: Sleepwalking is the rare form of REM sleep disorder that can lead to real danger...these people take acting out their dreams one step further, and actually go places while sleeping....One such sleepwalker is Lee Hadwin. Luckily his sleepwalking ramblings are harmless; he dreams he is an artist, and actually produces beautiful portraits, although he never remembers creating them. Sleepwalking can take a more dangerous turn, however.... Number eight: A woman having sex with strangers while sleepwalking; This one seems like a criminal defence attorney came up with it - A man supposedly drove 22 miles and killed his cousin while sleepwalking....And luckily, this one wasn't fatal: A sleepwalker walked out of the window from the third floor, and barely survived Although some experience sleep disorders that make sleeping a horrible experience, others enjoy dreaming so much they want to replicate the dream state even when awake....There is a psychedelic drug out there that can mimic the sleep state while awake - DMT, or Dimethyltryptamine, is the synthetic form of a natural chemical our brains produce during dreaming. This illegal drug is sought after by those who want to dream the days away... Number Nine: It is well known that penises have a mind of their own, and it is never more evident than the phenomena of 'nocturnal penile tumescence' Also known as 'morning wood' or 'morning glory', this phenomena is the physiological response of an erect penis while sleeping or waking up. Apparently, scientists have discovered that men experience up to 20 erections per dream.... Number Ten: Another physiological fact about dreams - people who are able to see at birth, but subsequently lose their sight experience visual imagery in dreams. On the other hand, those who are born blind do not experience any visual imagery at all. They still dream, and by all reports their dreams are just as intense and interesting as everyone else's. But for people who have never experienced sight, their dreams involve the other 5 senses - exactly as the blind experience the world while awake.
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Bet you Didn't Know Dreams edition! Cool Dream Facts you probably Didn't Know! Make sure you subscribe our channel "BetUDidntKnow" for more amazing and interesting facts that you didn't know. http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=BetUDidntKnow Follow us on facebook: https://www.facebook.com/betudidntknow09 1. Humans tend to have around 3 to 7 dreams a night and we dream around 2 to 3 hours in a whole night. Humans spend roughly 6 years of their lifetime dreaming but we don't remember most of them because Within 5 minutes of waking up, 50% of your dream is forgotten, and within 10 minutes, 90% is gone 2. Drug withdrawal can cause more intense dreams. 3. We can only dream about faces we have already seen, whether we actively remember them or not. 4.There's a sleeping disorder called PARASOMNIA that makes you do unnatural movements while asleep, like sleep walking. People have been known to sleep drive, write checks while asleep, and sleep murder 5. About 12% of people dream only in black and white. 6. Babies don't dream of themselves until they reach the age of 3 7. The word nightmare was used a long time ago for a female spirit who besets people at night while sleeping 8. You can control your dreams!
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