#Dreams Happen Here in the #Brain

dreamsResearchers have found the specific region in the brain that lights up when we dream. By wakening participants every few minutes and observing the brain waves, they were able to identify what part of the brain lights up when we dream. More specifically, they were able to tell what parts of the brain are responsible for what types of dreams. This study proves that our consciousness and unconscious brain states are vital to dreaming. Although some people swear they don’t dream, it’s believed that the average person has about five dreams per night. Most of us don’t remember many of them. The study proves to be a game changer. It’s all about the ebb and flow of the brain waves. Thank you, science, for making the mysterious world of dreams a little clearer.

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