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Astonishing facts you did not know about Dreams

Dreams sometimes make you numb for hours or days and in some cases, you have no clue what you imagined about. You can carry on with an entire delightful life in a fantasy that you may never have the capacity to accomplish actually. Think about how life would be without dreams? No point. Since there can't be any existence without dreams and that's true.

Well, an average person has approximately 1,460 dreams in a year, which adds up to 4 dreams per night. And amidst them, there are few fun facts you probably didn’t know. Let me take you through this journey!

#FunFact 1: No memory of the dreams dreamt.

Hasn't it transpired that when you wake up, you can't recollect what you were envisioning about? This is valid that in about 5 minutes of us awakening from a fantasy, a large portion of it is overlooked. Furthermore, inside 10 minutes, 90% of the fantasy is lost. This is the reason we experience serious difficulties recollecting dreams.

#FunFact 2: Humans are not the only ones to dream.

Do puppies dream? Or how about cats? Some other creature? Studies have really demonstrated that various creatures indicate similar brainwaves amid "dream sleep" as we do. One of the easiest ways is to watch your dog or cat sleep is any sort of paw movement that shows that they are running (while at the same time influencing a yapping to sound) will imply that they are chasing somebody or something.

#FunFact  3: Unbelievable Sleepwalkers

Sleepwalking is an exceptionally uncommon and conceivably risky rest issue. It is an extraordinary type of REM rest issue, and these individuals don't simply showcase their fantasies, however, go on genuine adventures at night.

Some of the few incidents which have occurred in the past by sleepwalkers are,

  •    A man got out of bed, drove 14 miles to his in-law's house and killed his cousin while sleepwalking.
  •    A sleepwalker walked out of the window from the third floor, and barely survived

#FunFact 4: Premonition dreams

There are some astounding cases where people actually dreamt about things which happened to them later, in the exact same ways they dreamed about. You could say they got a glimpse of the future, or it might have just been a coincidence. The fact remains that this is some seriously interesting and bizarre phenomena. Some of the most famous premonition dreams include:

  •    Abraham Lincoln dreamt of His Assassination
  •    Many of the victims of 9/11 had dreams warning them about the catastrophe
  •    Mark Twain’s dream of his brother’s demise
  •    19 verified precognitive dreams about the Titanic catastrophe

#FunFact 5: Blind people can dream too.

People who've lost their eye-sight after birth can see some images while asleep. Now those who are blind since birth don't see any images, however, they experience vivid dreams that involve their sense of smell, touch, emotions, and sound. All physical situations help make dreams, which in short make blind people able to dream.