Fact 8: Unbelievable Sleepwalkers
Despite the popularity of stories concerning people sleepwalking, it is actually a rare sleep disorder. But this is actually dangerous as the person tends to do things which they dream about in life. But why is it dangerous? For example, If a dream involves you jumping through a window, for example, then the dreamer will do something similar.
Sleepwalking is most likely to occur before the stage of REM, where the system fails to keep you awake from the dream. But the saying that you shouldn’t wake a sleepwalker is a myth, as it is not dangerous.
Fact 9: Dream Drug
Are you looking to have a long-lasting lucid dream? Did you know there are some drugs for that? Some people take an illegal and extremely potent hallucinogenic drug called Dimethyltryptamine, those people don’t want to get out of their ‘Dreaming phases’. These drugs can significantly increase dream recall and the chances of having long lucid dreams as these block the breakdown of acetylcholine (ACh), which is responsible for learning, memory, and REM sleep.
Fact 10: Dream-Catcher
In some American Indian Cultures, Dream Catchers symbolize to influence dreams. Dream Catchers serve to symbolically catch dreams and retain them. They’re also said to promote a deep sleep that brings revelatory dreams and prevents nightmares. It is said to eliminate bad energies that keep you relaxed while sleeping.
Fact 11: Increased Brain Activity
While many people associate sleeping and dreaming with peace, the human brain is at its most active while in a sleep state.
Fact 12: Creativity And Dreams
Dreams are revelatory, straightforward expressions of our creative impulse. Dreaming is perfect for nurturing creativity because your ideas can flow without any disturbance. Creating lucid dreams that inspire your creative spirit.