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Hello Doctor, I am getting Dreams daily nowadays..I have light dinner at around 8 and I sleep at 12.30.. I have very light dinner like ragi dosa and vegetable..and I sleep late.. Can't figure out the reason.. Also my brain is calm before sleeping.. Pls advise
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Hello there. I can understand your concern. Our sleep are of 2 types REM(RAPID EYE MOVEMENT) and NREM(NON RAPID EYE MOVEMENT) type. The sleep cycle starts off with a NREM type of sleep then a REM type of sleep. When you go to deeper levels of sleep i.e., in REM type, you dream. Its a normal phenomenon. And its a good thing that you dream. A lot of new connections are being made in the dream, your memory also gets consolidated in this type of sleep. Just dont have to worry about it. Its a normal physiological phenomena. Best regards. Dr. Anil kumar jain.
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Dear Sir Getting Dreams is a very normal phenomenon There is nothing to worry Be Happy !
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Hello Dear, It is absolutely normal to get dreams daily. You have to think about it if you have scary dreams or same dream everyday or some specific dreams.
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