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  1. In general, movement in a dream is the result of the body's response to stimuli or a consequence of the peculiarities of the body's functioning .So, for example, a person begins to toss and turn in his sleep, if there are some deviations from the optimal sleep conditions for the individual. Noise, sudden flashes of light, changes in the temperature of the air in the room, movements of the sleeping spouse or child next to us-all this makes us move. It is proved that 70% of all movements performed by a person in a dream, adversely affect the intensity of sleep. They prevent the body from entering the stage of deep sleep. In other words, the more movements a person makes in a dream, the less likely they are to get a good night's sleep.

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