Do You Worry-Dream?
Experts tell us that everybody dreams. Whether we remember the dreams or not is another matter. I’m not referring to setting goals, those types of dreams, instead, it’s the type of dreaming that’s done when sleeping. When it comes to those kinds of dreams, they say that depressed people dream more. Lots more.
Up to three times more.
On the other side of the spectrum are the worry-dreamers. Their psychological side works out the stresses and concerns of the day, which is not big news. But depressed folks, rather than wallowing in dismay, instead, seem to struggle most of the night in order to grapple with the issues of life. And they wake up exhausted.
Which makes them feel worse, biologically if not psychologically.
So how would worry-warts take charge in order to change? To reverse the situation, researchers say that depressed individuals must consciously start to relax before sleeping. In other words, let it go. By calming yourself during the day, they won’t have the need to worry-dream their way to the morning.
Have you BTDT? Do you worry-dream?
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