What are dreams and what mystical load they have?
What is a dream, when and why do we see it, can dreams be controlled and can we predict future from dreams.
From ancient times man has been trying to explain the dream. There is hardly anyone left out on this topic, including scientists from various fields.
Are these random creations of our mind or imaginations? Do they reveal our most pensive thoughts and desires?
While in many cultures it was believed that dreams were our way of communicating with the gods or god at all times, how much you believe in the truth of the dream interpretation is up to you. Some feel confirmed in it and use the dream interpretation regularly - others consider it a humbug and a pseudoscience.
Psychiatrists, psychologists, and mental health experts on the other hand, have given dreams an explanation related to the unconscious, the desires, the fears, what we have in our minds and the things that concern us.
Various theories have been developed over time about what dreams can mean or hide behind, as well as various methods of dream analysis.
Its quite interesting to know that sleep is divided into stages depending on whether there are rapid eye movements (REM - Rapid Eye Movement) or not (Non REM or NREM).
It has been shown experimentally that the person deprived of the ability to dream loses his mental balance and enters into a confusing or even a psychotic state. The dream therefore fulfills functions that help maintain sleep and mental health in general.
On the whole, however, it is clear that during the nightly resting phase the brain processes everything that was learned and experienced during the day. Another theory is the mixing of new and old information before it is saved.
It is therefore advisable to sleep 20 to 30 minutes after you have learned. The learned topics are processed and saved in the process, since they are just occupying the sleeper.
It is not new that dreams can create creative solutions. Many pioneering inventions were made in dreams.
However, not every dreamer immediately makes a groundbreaking invention, but surely every one of us has already solved one or the other problem in a dream. And the fact that science is still unable to fully unravel the secret of our dreams makes it even more fascinating. So, dream well!