It probably comes as no surprise that your dreams may mirror the status of your mental health. (Classic example: A stressful week at work results in dreaming that you showed up at the office without pants on.) But what you may not realize is that your dreams can also point to physical health issues.
Discover possible health conditions dreams can tap into.
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.
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?