I love my sleep. The reason I love to sleep is because I love to dream. The significance of dreaming is underestimated for how it passively helps us organize our thoughts. A new study has found that people who have less dreams are unable to effectively get to sleep, which may indicate they have an underlying ailment like depression or any number of illnesses that impair sleep. Sleep with or without the dreams is vitally important for overall health in the body. During sleep the body is able to repair itself from the wear and tear it endures throughout the day. And yet there’s a differing opinion on dreaming. James H Cagle of Ray City says that when we dream, our eyes are moving in rapid-eye movements (REM). For this reason he believe we’re not truly at rest. He mentions three different types of dreams. Daydreaming can or cannot be helpful for health, if we’re splitting hairs over it. We’re all just trying to live the dream. If you don’t live every waking hour of your day for the dream, make sure you get to that place at some point during your sleep. If you’re not getting there – try some of these ideas from WebMD. If your goal is vivid dreams, this PBS article talks about a fiber implant for optigenetics influencing dreams. A brain implant is not necessary if you’re in search of vivid dreams. Some people say the supplement GABA really awakens the subconscious mind. But if you’re not super excited about a The leg pillow is a favorite for many!
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