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  1. The first thing you need to understand is that what happens in dreams is not connected with the reality of reality. Dreams are constructed from the remnants of the day, from fantasies, from unconscious desires. This process is called Dream Work, as described in detail by Z. Freud.

  2. The brightness, colorfulness and plot of dreams are not directly related to the fullness of a person's real life. Most experts agree that the saturation of sleep is associated with the internal structure of a person, to be more precise-with his temperament. More emotional people are more likely to see color dreams, rationalists – as a rule, “smoryat” black and white.

    In addition, it should be borne in mind that especially beautiful dreams are associated with the REM sleep phase (in fact, in the “slow phase” dreams are no worse, we just rarely remember them). During the night, people experience several REM sleep phases, each lasting from 10 to 30 minutes. It is believed that those who are engaged in intellectual work, REM sleep phases are longer, and those who are engaged in more physical activity during the day, they are much shorter.

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