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How do dreams protect and distract our brains?

How do dreams protect and distract our brains?

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How do dreams protect and distract our brains?

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  1. How do dreams protect and distract our brains?

  2. The unconscious mind can be the source of hidden beliefs, fears, and attitudes that interfere with everyday life

  3. "Dreams protect sleep," They furnish a made up or genuine world to keep the brain temporarily occupied in its constant quest for activity.

  4. Dreaming keeps the brain sufficiently entertained so it can get needed recovery time.

  5. Dreaming, in fact, is now thought to recruit areas of the brain involved in higher mental functions.

  6. Fleeting perceptions register on the unconscious mind long before we may be aware of them.

  7. The brain protects us by paralyzing most muscles so that they cannot respond to the commands in our dreams; this condition is described medically as a "profound loss of muscle tone."

  8. Psychologists discovered that we can cure a person’s psychological problems through dream analysis. Dream therapy is an excellent treatment. Your dreams can give you many explanations.

  9. Some experts think that dreams do serve a purpose and that they might even be able to help us solve problems in our own lives.

  10. While we dream, our brain gets an exercise, using some of the neural connections in our brain. It helps increase things such as the ability to learn new things, and focus.

  11. Many psychologists believe that while we dream, it’s a chance to reflect on our wakeful selves.

  12. in our dreams we use symbols of varying obscurity to disguise our true feelings

  13. a lucid dream distracts yourbrain as it transitions into the dream world

  14. Because your guards are down during the dream state, your unconscious has the opportunity to act out and express your hidden desires

  15. dreaming is doing its job by protecting the conscious mind from the disturbing images and desires conjured by the unconscious. 

  16. The mind produces a believed hallucination mimicking gratification of impulses that would lead to awakening.

  17. dream develops in the neonate during the arousal of the REM state to protect sleep from burgeoning object-directed impulses.

  18. Sleep paralysis occurs when the brain awakes from a REM state, but the body paralysis persists. Which keeps us from acting out our dreams.

  19. Other than dreaming in your sleep, there is day dreaming. Day dreaming can be a distraction to us at any time, letting it distract us from our work, or problems that may be occurring.

  20. dreams are outbursts from our subconscious.