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Does Lucid Dreaming Affect Your Sleep Quality?

Posted by Guest Blogger: Jane Sandwood on Aug 17, 2019 3:30:00 AM

There has been a surge of interest in lucid dreaming due to mounting scientific research which suggests that it can be beneficial to health, as well as hold the potential to improve motor learning which could have a range of different applications. 

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Topics: dreams

Utilizing Sleep To Improve Your Studying Ability

Posted by Guest Blogger: Chloe Bennet on Jul 28, 2019 2:05:00 PM

Sleeping better can improve your academic performance: it sounds simple, but have you ever actually considered switching up your sleeping schedule or improving how you sleep in order to get better grades, or gain more concentration in class?

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Topics: dreams, naps, microsleep

Can Your Dreams Improve Your Writing?

Posted by Guest blogger: Lilian Chifley on Apr 14, 2019 1:04:00 PM

If you are a writer, you have experienced a lack of creativity. You have been through those hard times when you had to write, and you did not know what.

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Topics: dreams

5 Reasons Why You Should Write Down Your Dreams

Posted by Guest blogger: Lilian Chifley on Mar 27, 2019 10:00:00 AM

You may not think much about your dreams, but they can be powerful sources of information about what is going on in your subconscious. Whenever you fall asleep, it is actually your conscious self that goes to sleep.

Your unconscious is still very much active, and that is when it comes out to play, bringing to the fore ideas that have been lying within for a long time. If you actually aid more attention to your dreams, you might end up with answers to your deepest questions and solutions to your most challenging problems.

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Topics: obstructive sleep apnea, dreams, journal

How Dreams Can Predict Your Health

Posted by Kayla LeFevre on Jul 28, 2017 1:34:59 PM

Dreams can be a powerful influencer over our daily lives and a fascinating subject to study.  The impact and meaning of dreams have even been analyzed for centuries by ancient civilizations.  The Romans would translate their dreams as messages from the gods, and would debate dream subjects in the senate.  The Greeks would purify themselves before sleeping in the temples to receive untainted messages from the gods.  But the Assyrians would interpret their dreams as signs, whether a forewarning of things about to go wrong or as advice to follow. 

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Topics: sleep apnea, REM sleep, dreams

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