Dream book - interpret your dreams

Dream book

interpret your dreams

Good Morning! Rich Bulgarian dream book with comprehensive interpretations of dreams. Share and discuss your dreams.

Interesting facts about sleep

  1. Record without sleep

    The record for the longest period without sleep is 18 days, 21 hours, 40 minutes during a rock chair marathon. The recorder told about hallucinations, paranoia, blurred vision, delayed speech and loss of memory and concentration. In this story with insomnia over two weeks, it smells like stimulants, but if true, it is a miracle that man survived.

  2. Insomnia and baby

    A newborn baby usually takes parents 400 to 750 hours of sleep in the first year after birth.

  3. Insomnia

    One of the closest indicators of a person's insomnia is the development of bad habits due to sleep disorders when the person is still a child.

  4. Waking

    Seventeen hours of wakefulness leads to a reduction in efficiency and attention, which is equivalent to that of blood alcohol at 0.05%.

  5. Alcohol and sleep

    Drinking alcohol can help you fall asleep, but it will be a light nap and you will not sleep soundly and dream for long.

  6. Lack of sleep

    Once you have been deprived of sleep for five nights, three drinks will have the same effect on your body as six drinks if you get enough sleep.

  7. Sleep Destroyer

    Experts say one of the biggest destroyers of sleep is 24-hour Internet access.

  8. Extra hours of sleep

    The extra hours of sleep received when & quot; the clocks turn & quot; at the end of summer time it was found to coincide with a decrease in the number of traffic accidents.

  9. You are paralyzed during sleep

    Believe it or not, your body is almost paralyzed during sleep - most likely to prevent the body from acting on aspects of your sleep. According to a Wikipedia article on dreams, the glands begin to secrete hormones, which helps induce sleep and neurons send signals to the spinal cord, which cause the body to relax and later the body becomes completely paralyzed.

    Bonus: Additional Facts

    1. When you snore, you don't dream.
    2. Young children do not dream things about themselves until about 3 years of age.
    At the same age, children usually have many more nightmares than those up to 7 or 8 years old.
    3. If you wake up during REM sleep (Rapid Eye Movement - a stage of sleep characterized by rapid eye movement), you are more likely to remember your dream with a brighter memory than you would if you woke up from a deep night's sleep.

  10. External influences enter our dreams

    This is called Dream Incorporation - this is the phase of sleep that most of us have experienced. The phase of sleep where the sound of reality is also heard in our sleep or is included in some way. Like for example, when you are physically thirsty and include this feeling in your mind in your sleep. My own experience involves repeatedly drinking a large glass of water in sleep, which satisfies me, but only temporarily, shortly after the thirst it repeats itself until I wake up and don't really quench my thirst.

  11. People who quit smoking have brighter dreams

    People who have smoked cigarettes for a long time report having much more vivid dreams than usual.

  12. Dreams are not what they seem

    If at first glance your dream is on a "certain topic", it often does not mean that the dream is intended on this topic. Our dreams & quot; speak & quot; in deeply symbolic language. The unconscious mind tries to compare sleep to something else, which is similar. It's like writing a poem that says that a group of ants are "like machines" that never stop. Whatever the dream symbolizes at first glance, the dream is probably a symbol of something different from what it seems to us.

  13. Not everyone dreams of color

    12% of blind people dream in black and white. The others dream of all colors. People tend to have common themes in dreams, which are school-related situations, persecution, workplace situations, sexual experiences, falling, arriving too late, people alive and after death, falling teeth, flying, exams or an accident. It is not known whether the effect of a dream is related with violence or death is more emotional for a person who dreams in color than one who dreams in black and white.

  14. We only dream about what we know

    Our dreams are often full of strangers who are involved in certain parts of the dream - did you know that the mind does not invent these faces. They are real faces of real people that the dreamer has seen in his life, but may not know or remember. The evil dream killer may be someone who poured gasoline into your father's car when you were a very young child. We've all seen hundreds of thousands of faces in our lives, so we have an endless supply of signs for our brains that can use during our dreams.

  15. Dreams prevent Psychosis

    In a recent sleep study, students who were awakened at the beginning of each dream but still reached their 8 hours of sleep, have difficulty concentrating, irritability, hallucinations and signs of psychosis after only 3 days of trials.

  16. You can forget 90% of your dreams

    Within 5 minutes of waking up, you forget half of your dreams. Within 10 minutes of waking up, up to 90% of the dream is forgotten. The famous poet Samuel Taylor Coleridge woke up one morning and had a fantastic dream (probably caused by opium) - he grabs the pen and begins to describe the "dream vision", this becomes one of the most famous English poems: Kubla Khan. About the 54th line was actually interrupted by "Porlock's face". Coleridge returns to write his poem, but he can't remember the rest of his dream, so the poem is never finished.

    Curiously, Robert Louis Stevenson takes the story of Dr. Jeckyll and Dr. Hyde from his dreams.

  17. Blind people dream

    People who become blind after birth can see images in their dreams. People who are born blind, they do not see any images, but they have dreams that are equally vivid, including other senses such as hearing, smell, touch, and emotion.

  18. Women have wet dreams

    Men are not the only ones who have wet dreams. Women can secrete vaginal secretions from arousal and even orgasm when they have sexual sleep.

  19. Sexual dreams are not common

    According to research, approximately 4 percent of men's and women's dreams are related to sex.

  20. The position of the takits in dreaming matters

    You are more likely to dream of sex if you sleep face down. Sleeping face down is not about just having more sexual dreams, but also with dreams of:

    • lock
    • tools
    • to be naked
    • suffocation
    • swimming

  21. We can learn to control our dreams to some extent

    Many people have nightmares. They can occur again and again. But people can change the events in these dreams, to be less intimidating. First, write down your memories of the nightmare. Then think about how this dream can end differently.

  22. Morning is better for dreaming

    Longer dreams appear in the morning.