Facts that you probably haven't heard about dreams
Dreaming is a mysterious, out of this world experience. A dream is a succession of images, ideas, emotions, and sensations that usually occur involuntarily in the mind during certain stages of sleep.
Humans tend to have three to seven dreams at night.
Humans spends about six years of their life time dreaming.
Within 10 minutes of waking up 90% of your dream is gone.
60% of people don’t remember their dreams.
People who believe they are not dreaming have just forgotten their dreams.
People who were born blind can’t see in their dreams.
Blind people who were not born blind see images in their dreams.
In dreams we can only see faces that we have seen in real life before, even people we don’t think we have met.
Babies don’t dream of themselves until they turn three.
Dreams are more often negative than positive.
Most common emotion we experience in our dreams is anxiety.
When you can control your dreams it is called “lucid dreaming”.
A dream may last for a few seconds or 20 - 30 minutes.
12% of people only dream in black and white.
70% of all the characters in a man’s dream are men.
Women dream an equal amount of women and men.
Animals dream too.
Neils Bohr was able to discover the atomic structure after a dream.
Idea for "The Terminator" first came to director James Cameron in a nightmare.