Researchers, after studying over 24,000 dreams with the help of a new tool, have concluded that dreams are a continuous process of real-life reality that automatically increases sleep activity.
Why do we have dreams? Do dreams have anything to do with our real-life or are they just expressions of thoughts that grow in our minds? There are a lot of questions that we ask ourselves often but the answers may never be found. But now researcher and computer scientist Alessandro Fogli of the University of Italy Roma Trey and his colleagues have claimed after large-scale research on Meta Study (Dreams) that dreams are a continuous film of our everyday reality The kind that shows new episodes (Sapna) every day.
Day events continue in dreams
Based on the findings of the research, the researchers believe that dreams are a continuous representation of our everyday events. Scientists have studied the causes of psychosis and lack of insomnia or sleep apnea in this hypothesis. In research, scientists found that the troubles and difficulties they face during the day are also reflected in their dreams at night. That is, the problems that these patients were facing while awake were teasing them even at night. Scientists have studied the sleep patterns and dreams of more than 24 thousand such patients in their studies.
Looking for the link between everyday experience and dreams
Ancient civilizations believed that the reason for dreaming is linked to the spiritual and supernatural source. Most of us, at some point in our lives, will be wondering where dreams come from and what could be the purpose of their arrival? But some previous research and recently done new research, the scientists are very sure that dreams are linked to the events happening in our everyday life which continue continuously even while sleeping as dreams. Knowing the findings of the study, scientists are now looking for a link that connects the sequence of events and their dreams with the experience of everyday events and activities that occur while awake in a person’s life.
Effect on the ability to find solutions
Alessandro Fogli says that most of our dreams seen at night are actually a continuation of what is happening to us in everyday life. Dreams are affected by people’s everyday life such as depression, anxiety, conflict, Struggle, Up and Downs, Separation and Re-union etc. Negative and sad events also adversely affect our dreams. Not only this, by constantly dreaming such dreams, they also start to curb the ability of the person to find a solution.
Realization of dreams through new tools
Alessandro and fellow researchers created a new tool for analyzing dreams. This new technology was widely used to observe people’s sleep brain movements and the changes or movements in the brain during good and bad experiences in life. With the help of this special tool, he studied thousands of dreams and their nature in ‘Dream Bank’, a public database giving detailed information about dreams compiled in Italy. Scientists have reported that this device can automatically analyze these dreams. Dream processing tool helps in understanding and understanding the dream report.
Tools include only social interactions given about dreams, Expressed Emotions, spoken words (Exchange of Words) and people we meet throughout the day and characters seen in dreams We Met in Our Dreams). Actually, these three dimensions are the most important factors for analyzing a person’s dreams because they are helpful in interpreting dreams. The device can also define the source of the origin of a dream seen by a person and the background behind the events seen in a dream based on day-to-day routines, people they meet, and feelings expressed.