How to avoid “nightmares”?
Many people have a hard time looking at 'nightmares' when they sleep, but the mystery is still wrapped in veil, and researchers often don't even know. In the meantime, experts have suggested ways to work for those suffering from nightmares.
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Sleep has two stages, 'REM sleep' and 'Non-REM sleep,' and dreaming during 'REM sleep'. At this time, the human brain works as if it were awake. Some things in your dreams, such as 'flying in the sky', are impossible, and some people have nightmares that can adversely affect their daily lives.
Nightmares can be caused by trauma, stress, sleep disorders that may be caused by certain drugs, and
'Lucid dreams' mean that you can be asleep and realize that you are dreaming while you are sleeping.
There are several ways to have a lucid dream, and Sergio Earthlo Mota-Rolim, a postdoctoral researcher at the Federal University of Rio Grande do Norte, said 'WBTB (Wake Back to Bed). Method) is recommended. According to Mr. Arturo, he set an alarm 30 minutes before his normal waking hours, and even if the alarm sounded, he did not go out and was conscious of 'Let's have a lucid dream.' He said that it would be easier to have a lucid dream. It is said that what you dream can be guided to some extent by hints, and it is ants who think or talk about what you want to dream the night before.
The key to avoiding nightmares is to be able to 'recognize being a dream' like a lucid dream, so that when you are having nightmares, you realize that you are dreaming now And wake up. Also, even if you do not wake up, you can remove fear by realizing that there is no physical danger in your dreams. In fact, some have reported turning nightmares into fun dreams.
The downside of using lucid dreams is that it's not common to have lucid dreams in the first place, and it is thought that on average less than 10 lucid dreams occur in life. Research is ongoing, and there are many ways to see it, but it has not yet been validated enough to establish it as 'therapy.'
For this reason, Salas said, 'If you are having trouble sleeping because of nightmares or self-harming in a dream, you should see a doctor.'
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