One of the most legendary facts about dreams in public is that some people (even two out of three people) often dream one-on-one. Always dreams of trying to run away from someone, trying to catch a lesson at school, or seeing ourselves naked in a rude place, in our sleep at night, turning around like a broken recordcontinues.
Of course, everyone’s dream is unique, but research shows that dreams that are always recurring are seen by more than one person. Well, the dreams that come out at regular intervals and that we always witness the same scenarios, trying to tell us some things about our psychology have you ever thought about it?
Always recurring dreams, mostly due to old traumas
Dreams of being chased by someone, falling from a height, being caught off guard, trying to do something over and over, are the most common in the midst of recurring dreams. So as you can see, the person who sees the dream in such dreams is usually always in danger. Some begin to have these dreams since childhood, while others continue to see the same things at intervals.
The dreams that we try to face all these difficulties actually herald things that negatively affect our psychology in real life. According to the statements made by scientists, we see this kind of recurring dreams during the most stressful periods of our lives, while we are trying to solve something. Recurring dreams, one-on-one anxiety, mood disorder and most importantly depression may be a precursor.
Studies have shown that recurring dreams are caused by traumatic events and that these events are represented in a metaphorical form. reflected in our dreams is showing. E.g; Someone who always dreams of a tsunami may have been abused before. Or someone who sees himself naked in public may have experienced something extremely embarrassing before. Such traumatic events take a place in our brain and although years have passed, in the smallest event that triggers so many memories, they can come back to us as terrifying and worrying dreams.
What happens in your body while you sleep is extremely valuable for your dreams.
Sigmund Freud, the founder of psychoanalysis, published in 1899 The Interpretation of Dreams
In his book , he states that physical movements are highly in contact with dreams. For example, if you put your arm under your body while you sleep, your arm will start to go numb after a while. seeing a dream in which your arm is cut off becomes extremely probable. If you are sleeping with a loud noise outside in one-to-one form, this loud loud noise may present itself to you in a dream as if you are in a battle scene.
In 2018, Israeli researchers conducted a study to confirm Freud’s theory. Analyzing people’s sleep and dreams, researchers have found that some dreams are can be explained by physiological events laid out. E.g; In the midst of the candidates under examination, a person who dreams that his teeth are falling out, clenches his teeth while sleeping, and someone who always sees himself naked is also quite he wears loose pajamas appeared.