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DREAM

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on 4 June 2015

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Transcript of DREAM

DO EVERYBODY DREAM?



WHAT DO DREAMS MEAN?

DREAMS
We dream when our brain between sleep create performance and events, that we experience as real.
In one night we dream from 90 to 120 min.
The centre for dream lies in the backside of the brain.
SLEEP STAGES
HISTORY OF DREAMS
It started with the caveman in prehistory, he drew his dreams on the wall of cave.
People have long believed that dreams were messages sent from God.
Egyptians 1,300 years B.C. made the first dream book.
DREAM

DO THE BLIND DREAM?
The blind are dream.
People, who are blind from birth, do not see visual imagery in a dream.
People, who become blind after the age of seven, in dreams see visual pictures.
Sleep division in five stages: -in the first we drowse, -in the second fall asleep, -in the third we deep sleep, -in the fourth is the deepest sleep, -in the fifth is an active sleep or REM (rapidly eye movement).
We dream at all stages.
The most dreams make in the last REM stage of sleep.
DO ANIMALS DREAM?
Almost all mammals and some birds are dreaming.
In one night mouse dreaming 10 min, cat 20 min and elephant 100 min.
MONEY: big lucki
FLYING: wish for discovery of something new
SCHOOL: you are overloaded at school
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