What Are Dreams?
Our dreams are made up of a combination of thoughts, images, and emotions. The majority of our dreams are thought out during our REM (Rapid Eye Movement) stage. The period of REM usually takes up close to a quarter of our sleep, or roughly around 120 minutes a night. Most of the time when we get a full night's sleep we will participate in or around 3 to 5 laps of REM sleep, each getting gradually longer as the night progresses. Most people over the age of 10 start having up to 4 to 6 dreams per night and that we lose up to 90% of our dream in the first minute of waking up. Remembering your dreams can be very easy once you know the right steps, and at Dream Dictionary we will teach you to improve dream recall.
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