Dreams are the most mys­te­ri­ous area of ​​human life, which has excit­ed the minds of many sci­en­tists and ordi­nary peo­ple since ancient times. They have always been sur­round­ed by many dif­fer­ent myths, since mod­ern sci­ence still can­not answer all ques­tions relat­ed to the nature of dreams.

Human sleep is an alter­na­tion of two suc­ces­sive phas­es — fast and slow sleep. Dur­ing the night, these cycles can be 4–6. Dur­ing REM sleep, a per­son­’s eye­balls begin to move, the pulse and breath­ing rate increas­es, skele­tal mus­cles relax, and at the same time, dreams. There­fore, a per­son can see 4–6 dreams per night. It’s hard to believe, but the dura­tion of dreams is a tenth of our lives.

Dreams can be dif­fer­ent, and it depends on many fac­tors: on the nature and emo­tion­al­i­ty of the per­son him­self, on the type of activ­i­ty dur­ing the day and past events, on the pres­ence of dis­eases, includ­ing men­tal dis­or­ders. There­fore, the same per­son can have com­plete­ly dif­fer­ent dreams every night. The last dream of those that a per­son had dur­ing the night is usu­al­ly remem­bered.

Many sci­en­tists have tried to deci­pher the mean­ing of dreams at dif­fer­ent times and peri­ods of human devel­op­ment, there are var­i­ous dream books that con­nect the plot of a dream with events that are com­ing in a per­son­’s life. After all, it was believed that sleep is a kind of warn­ing. Some of the mod­ern schol­ars inter­pret dreams are man­i­fes­ta­tions of the uncon­scious, that is, the area of ​​con­scious­ness that is sup­pressed by the con­scious think­ing of a per­son. How­ev­er, it to some extent con­trols his actions and thoughts. For exam­ple, you may dream that you are hav­ing an affair with a work col­league whom you do not like in real life, or that you are climb­ing Elbrus, although in real­i­ty you are afraid of heights. When you wake up, you are extreme­ly sur­prised by such a plot of a dream, and you try to for­get its con­tent as quick­ly as pos­si­ble, although the impres­sion of it can haunt you for sev­er­al hours. Sci­en­tists can inter­pret this dream in this way: you have a sub­con­scious attrac­tion to your col­league, and deep down you just dream of climb­ing.

How­ev­er, many experts do not rec­om­mend inter­pret­ing the con­tent of dreams in any way, since, in their opin­ion, dreams are chaot­ic images and thoughts that are in no way con­nect­ed with the area of ​​the con­scious and uncon­scious.

There is also a type of dream­ing, the so-called “lucid dream­ing”. In this case, a per­son can influ­ence the plot of a dream, change its con­tent, dur­ing sleep he can per­form con­scious actions. Sci­en­tists are of the opin­ion that the abil­i­ty to man­age your sleep can be devel­oped.

Dreams make our life brighter and more inter­est­ing, because some­times dur­ing sleep we can see some­thing that is impos­si­ble in real life, but what we dream about more than any­thing else.

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