Why do we dream while sleeping? Amazing Facts About lucid dreaming best documentary in Hindi

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Why do we dream while sleeping? lucid dreaming best documentary of all time in Hindi
This is SHYAM TOMAR and welcomes to Tech & Myths
Weird facts about dreams! Things about dreams you probably didn’t know. Strange things that happen in your sleep
– 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.

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