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Dreams: Dreams.

by ▪︎ D ă n c ê r ▪︎

▪︎ D ă n c ê r ▪︎ This is just a story regarding dreams. Learn about Dreams in this little book/essay of mine.
((Contains Slightly mature parts, Also this I my first book!))
Dreams, What are they?

Dreams are hallucinations that occur during certain stages of sleep. They’re strongest during REM sleep, or the rapid eye movement stage, when you may be less likely to recall your dream. Much is known about the role of sleep in regulating our metabolism, blood pressure, brain function, and other aspects of health. But it’s been harder for researchers to explain the role of dreams.

When you’re awake, your thoughts have a certain logic to them. When you sleep, your brain is still active, but your thoughts or dreams often make little or no sense. This may be because the emotional centers of the brain trigger dreams, rather than the logical regions.

Though there’s no definitive proof, dreams are usually autobiographical thoughts based on your recent activities, conversations, or other issues in your life. However, there are some popular theories on the role of dreams.
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