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    Sleep and Dreams Analysis In this log that I kept for my sleeping habits I noticed a little constant routine in my sleep.I would go to bed every night at around 10:15pm and I would wake up at around 5:20am, basically I get around 8-9 hrs of sleep counting the naps. Although I noticed something quite funny, during the past week I had a dream every other night. I think I’m getting enough sleep because I get all the hours of sleep needed. For example I go bed at 10pm and I wake up at 5am and…

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    Deceitful Dreams According to the Oxford Dictionary, a dream is, "A cherished aspiration, ambition, or ideal; An unrealistic or self-deluding fantasy." Dreams are different from one another and come in many shapes and sizes, but all dreams are purely a desire and are imaginative. In society, dreams play a large role in how people live their everyday life. For instance, people may make decisions solely based on their own dream. In the United States, a common ethos is the American Dream. The…

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    The ideas of psychoanalytic perspective were developed by Sigmund Freud. This perspective perceives dreams as an expression of one 's own unconscious wishes and desires. The material of the dream, or the manifest content, is understood and explained through various symbols, or the latent content. Freud 's perspective states that the latent content of dreams express the unfiltered and true unconscious ideas, which could be considered as too explicit for the regular mind. The psychoanalytic view…

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    beliefs, emotions, sensations and ideas. The deep rooted emotions and experiences surface from the soul in the rem of sleep. These disambiguations are usually seen as a bridge between an absolute reality and a distorted fabrication of the mind, however dreams have been perceived as a way of communication between a spiritual being and its subject in the unknown realm of mind. Sometimes these illusions may present themselves in a manner where the human psyche fails to comprehend its message, the…

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    rock lined swimming pool, with an excessive amount of exotic cars sitting in your driveway? I’m sure one day we all had shared a dream like such, which was worry and carefree, until it came down to deciding what car you were going to go out in. One day all those fantasies will seemingly come to an end without you even realizing this has happened, the thoughts and dreams of all those lavish toys at your dispense are now in a garbage disposal being brought to the dump, while you have not settled…

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    Dreams In Real Life Essay

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    Everyday countless people having all kinds of dreams, what one dreams can be various and complicated. So where do these dreams come from? Assuming dreams come from real life, this research thinks that dreams could reflect the past, but could not reflect the future. There also exist some visional dreams from the imaginary world. Actually, the length of dreams can be variational. From my research, I found our dreams are not only from our real life, but also from our vision. INTRODUCTION As a…

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    Non REM Dreams Essay

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    Dreams are visual or auditory experiences that our mind creates during a sleeping period. There are two types of dreams, REM dreams and Non REM dreams. REM dreams usually exhibit impossible or bizarre things that could not normally happen in real life, as Non REM dreams are more relatable to everyday life and seem possible to actually happen. (V. Hill, Personal Communication, January 2016). The activity levels in the brain differ from Non REM and REM dreaming. The brain is most active in REM…

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    two weeks.” (Picchioni et al., 2002. p. 157). How stress and anxiety disorders affect dreams is something that is often researched. Many studies have come to the conclusion that dreams allow you to release stress. When you dream, you are allowing your mind to cleanse itself of your fears and ideas of the day. However, when your fears are constant like in the case of an anxiety disorder, going through your dreams anxious can cause more anxiety in their day to day life. Generalized Anxiety…

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    If I was granted one wish, mine would be to unfurl the mystery that is a dog’s dream. Koda’s twitching paws, fluttered breathing, and muffled whines prompt me to wonder at the source of agitation in her serene slumber. How could a dog’s mind, so pure in its capability to love unconditionally, be able to conjure the evil within nightmares? Do dogs invent new scenarios, supernatural powers, or personal utopias within dreams, as humans often do? My mind ponders these questions as Koda, my…

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    one truly understand the meaning to why we dream. Some researchers believe that dreams are random and meaningless activities of the brain. While others believe its necessary for people’s mental and emotional health. The most known well dream theory is one that is constructed by Sigmund Freud. The foundation of Freud’s theory lies on the idea that dreaming allows people to fulfill the desires that they are not able to express in the real world. Dreams permits the unconscious mind to play these…

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