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Genetic factors,: And personal experiences may lead to this, besides certain personality disorders. I m not sure if you ask this because you have or not so much. In any case, for a more specific answer, you can rephrase your question. ...Read more
Seriously explore: If you are attracted to dramatic events & people. Also explore if you are creating the drama. This can be done through therapy. ...Read more
See a Specialist: A speech, language pathologist can do an evaluation and also help with corrective therapy in most cases. If it is determined that the cause is anatomical, they may refer to an ear, nose and throat specialist for an evaluation. ...Read more
Dr.iam suffering from P.I.V.D.since one month.After seeing Dr.the pain has not subsided totally. Pl advice.
Physical therapy?: Have you been doing PT? If not, you should. Give it a two-month period and then see your MD for further evaluation. ...Read more
Why doesn't anything feel real? Sometimes everything looks dreamy and bright. Sometimes I feel like I do not exist.
My family and I are not close by any means. They like to cause drama and bring up hurtful things. What can I do? I'm 32
Reconcile?: Make an effort to reconcile so that you have no regrets. ...Read more
Sometimes nothing feels real. It feels dreamy and looks blurry or bright. Sometimes I feel as though I do not exist at all. I may be irrespondent.
Why everytime I finished watching a drama I feel like I'm stock in their world? I can't escape from it. I feel down and I feel that I'm with them. I feel like its real. I just can't move on easily.
Don't Cough: In an enactment on Groucho Marx comedy show a patient complained that it hurt when he coughed. Groucho (the "doctor") stated, "Then don't cough." It might be best you at least temporarily resist watching the dramas. Some are more disturbed than others by horror shows, excitement, and alarm. Some is unlearned over time and some may need psychotherapy, biofeedback/neurofeedback, or medications. ...Read more
Different meanig to : Those on the physiology side see dreams as only nonsense that the brain creates from fragments of images and memory. For centuries, however, people have looked at their dreams as both omens and insights into their own psyches. Many think dreams are full of symbolic messages that may not be clear to us on the surface. ...Read more
Much interesting research finally being done.
Certainly seems this 1/3 of our lives is important, no;essential.
I suggest you start a dream diary using either writing or recording these 3 things upon awakening: i)how you feel emotionally, though fleeting; 2) narrative of dream 3) emotionally meaningful event in last 24 to 48 hrs. Then later that day, impact as personal poem. Themes will emerge. ...Read more
Can be anything: Dreams are a way for the brain to organize recent experiences, process memories, and put both into context with regard to our experience and understanding. They also provide an avenue to unattained desires. While there are common adjectives used to describe dreams (i.e. bad dreams. Nightmares, wet dreams, day dreams, etc.), the subject matter of dreams is infinite and not easily classified. ...Read more
Hmm: Strange dreams can sometimes be a side effect of medications. Strange dreams may occur as the mind attempts to resolve conflicts while asleep. Remember that the content of dreams often comes from our waking time prior to going to sleep and that the objects in dreams are often symbolic. ...Read more
If u are : Able to still note they are dreams this is good. When u say whether they are real, that's hard to understand. Are you having problems in your awake life, separating it from what you dream, or do you feel your dreams are indicative of future events. In either event, if you are having significant problems then see a psychiatrist or a clinical psychologist. Gd luc. ...Read more
New Job/Stress mgmnt: The easiest recommendation is to find a new job. If you need to stay on a job, set small, attainable goals, identify things you can/cannot control. Create a "recharging routine" when you come home from work-- bath, shower, mediation, relaxation. I would recommend talking to a mental health professional or check if your job has employee assistance program (eap) as a benefit. ...Read more
Precognition: Fascinating question. One view is that highly perceptive people see, hear, and sense things that are below conscious level. They later think or dream about these impressions and they become conscious. Find a trusted friend to run these dreams by and don't act on that information w/out checking it out first. Peace and good health. ...Read more
Interpretation : There are physical and psychological factors that can influence the nature of our dreams. Pain, nausea, and other physical symptoms of illness can cause troublesome dreams. One of the proposed mechanisms of dreams is unconscious conflict resolution. Discovering and understanding the meaning of such conflicts can lead to resolution of the related conflict and elimination of any troublesome dreams. ...Read more
Therapy?: Have you yet tried any form of psychotherapy? Typically, the optimal combination of things to treat emotional issues such as symptoms you describe is medication (which, on your best day, is supposed to take the edge off symptoms) but the real gruntwork takes place in psychotherapist's consulting room. ...Read more
There are :
Books written about the subject. Some believe in them some do not.
Go have a life, this is a too early preoccupation for an 11 years old. Go for science instead! Chemistry, physics or go learn magic to entertain your friends!
If you will become a shrink, you can chose to interpret dreams. ...Read more
Possibly.: It seems that they do, but when is a dream just a dream and when does it mean something? Dreams are often interpreted retrospectively and more than one or a few interpretations are possible depending on ensuing events. The significance may be manufactured for many dreams, i.e., you only see what you believe. Examples of significant dreams: august kekule, abraham lincoln, robert louis stevenson. ...Read more
What r they saying.: Sleep state is unconcious, and not 'controllable': a 'mind of its own'. Dreams reflect recent daytime activities in the context of all your life's brain-imprinted complex neuronal connections (which is why artificial intelligence will remain rudimentary). Let ur conscious state consider the dream: share details w someone who knows u. Don't over-analyze. Laugh @ it, conquer it, they'll go away. ...Read more
Yes: Dreams do have meaning. There are often multiple correct interpretations to the same dream. Aspects of your day can be incorporated into the symbols and themes of dreams. Dreams are best understood by the dreamer who evaluates them in the context of his or her life. ...Read more
Dreams can be: Power houses of meaning. However, dreams are often symbolic representations and they often need to be interpreted in the context of the dreamer's life. ...Read more
Many reasons: Dreams are our brains way of continuing to process information and deal with things. There may be a number of factors that contribute to violent dream content including viewing violent television, unresolved anger, trauma, etc. If it is distressing you or doesn't let up, it may be worth it to talk to a psychotherapist. ...Read more
This needs to : Be evaluated to tell you. Please see a psychiatrist as soon as possible. Take care. ...Read more