Why do we dream?

| December 20, 2013 | 0 Comments

By: Brooke Sellers

Why do we Dream?

Scientists have been studying why people dream, for years now, but still are not 100% percent sure. They are not 100% percent sure of why people sleep either. Everyone has a dream cycle and some people have a more abundant dream cycle, and best remembered during the REM of sleep. It has been proven that we will all dream, but not everyone can remember their dreams. The study of dreaming has not been figured out yet.  Dreaming can be good and bad, we dream to learn and feel. Dreams can often tell us things that’s we can’t really feel but we feel on the inside. Dreaming is a way to make up, believe, and think of all kinds of things. People usually dream for about 5 seconds but dreams seem to be longer. Dreams go on like a movie inside of your brain as your asleep, because dreaming while awake is nearly impossible. Dreams can be determined on how your feel or what you are going through. Some dreams can be made of because of something you had on your mind or the last thing you thought about before you went to sleep. Although scientists have not figured out the whole background of why we dream, we have ideas created in our heads.

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