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Leighannissa Courtney

on 8 October 2012

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Transcript of psychology

of Dreaming Leighannissa Courtney
Kandeia Allen What is a Dream? A dream is a series of images, ideas, emotions, and sensations occurring involuntarily in the mind during certain stages of sleep. RANDOM FACTS Creative people tend to have more bizarre dreams Types of Dreams: Lucid Dreams- a dream that you are able to control and steer things in the direction you want. Daydreams- spontaneous imagining or recalling of various images or experiences. (often thought to be silly fantasies or wishful thinking) Nightmares- a dream that occurs during rapid eye movement (REM) sleep that results in feelings of strong terror, fear, discuss or extreme anxiety False Awakening Dreams- a curious phenomenon for lucid dreamers and non- lucid dreamers. Recurring Dreams- dreams that recur daily, once a week, or once a month. Prophetic Dreams- a dream that you see the future. Healing Dreams- healing dreams are often described as messages in regards to one's health. Signal Dreams- dreams that help you to solve problems or making decisions in your waking life. Mutual Dreams- the same dream that two or more people have. one third of your life is spent dreaming If you are snoring you can not be dreaming Men tend to dream more about other men, while women dream more equally about men and women Blind people dream as well Effects of Dreaming Social Interactions Mood Behavior Influence on decisions Effects on Life STAGES OF SLEEP Stage 1: Very light sleep Stage 2:
Deep sleep Stage 3: heart slows down
blood pressure begins to fall Stage 4: Deepest sleep of all (dreams start to occur) Muscles remain relaxed Effects on the Body Adrenaline rises blood pressure and heart rate to fluctuate and increase
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