Jeremiah Victorin Inquiry Project: Dreams
A dream is a succession of images, ideas, emotions, and sensations that occur in the mind during certain stages of sleep. There are many questions that we may ponder on when we think of dreams: Why can’t we remember our dreams, and others do? Why do we dream and what happens when we do? are there various kinds of dreams, Can dreaming give a performance boost?
Why can’t we remember our dreams, and other do? People who remember their dreams respond stronger than those who don’t, research says. We will never be sure why we forget our dreams. Our brain’s neurochemicals, during sleep, are different from when we wake up. We don’t pay attention to our dreams. Sleep Scientist are learning what happens to the brain when we sleep/dream. Scientist says our nightmares dreams stick with us and our surreal dreams don’t because our mind just gets rid of it.
Why do we dream and what happens when we do? Dreams are basically stories and images our minds create while we sleep. Dreams occur anytime during sleep. Experts say we dream at least 4 -6 x per night. They’re many theories about why we dream, but no one knows for sure. Researchers say dreams have no purpose. Others say dreams are good for mental, emotional, and physical health. Those who do not dream, experience anxiety, depression, and many other effects, studies show. Dreams are dreams. Dreams help our brain process thoughts.
Are there different kind of dreams? There are several types of dreams including daydreams, nightmares, lucid dreams, recurring dreams,...