Posted 13 January 2005 - 03:41 PM
Posted 13 January 2005 - 05:59 PM
To this day scientist can not fully explain the purpose of sleep except on a very elememtery level ( in scientific terms of course ) . Strange things happen when the brain is deprived of sleep . The electrical nature of the brain is absoutly astounding . Its processes boggle the mind . Go to any search engine and type sleep studies
The use of b complex vitimins has been know to enhance dreams and allow their memories to stay around longer. B6 taken daily over time can greatly increase dream activity .( Personal Disclaimer :rolleyes: ) : This is personal experience . Iam not a doctor and no person should ever taken vitimins without first consulting their family saw bones to make sure there are no health risks involved. I had to say it <_< .
Dreams are the minds way of taking out the trash.
Posted 15 January 2005 - 11:00 AM
In the las week or so I have had some really strange dreams mostly about loved ones that are passed over to the other side, I watched my wedding video and then had a dream about Dan.
In another dream I had was about my first husband who was real abusive, I was just wondering if dreams come from deep in our subconsience or just random memories of things that had happened in the past.
Posted 15 January 2005 - 01:13 PM
Dreams are a bit of both actually.
They often mix with day to day happenings.
Last night i said to my husband before going to bed wouldn't it be nice to win the lottery?
He woke up this morning and couldn't understand why he had dreamt about exspensive cars and a luxerious hotel.
When i decided to delve more into my dreams i found that you can decide what you want to dream of if you practise concentrating on the topic before you go to bed.
I love to dream it's like staring in your own movie after awhile when you get good at it you can wake up and go back and continue your dream if you want to.
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