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Losing Someone In A Dream
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Forever Jung: Actually, dreams about teeth falling out are really common (http://huff. To/ro5zor). Personally, I've had a couple! >>no one can say for sure why we dream of things. But u might b interested in what jungian psychoanalysts have 2 say. .. About the framework they use 2 interpret dreams + the symbols within them for the purpose of gaining insight into an individual's thoughts/emotions/behaviors. ...Read more
I feel so spaced out and I keep losing track of time. I'm having a hard time focusing on any one thing. I'm so tired and bored. It feels like a dream.
My doctor told me to take one of the simvastatin instead of two, I notice im losing water weight plus im remembering my dreams at night, is that why?
Possible, not likely: These aren’t common side effects of simvastatin but there have been isolated reports of sleep disturbances, so while not likely related simvastatin, never say never. In particular lovastatin - a different statin - there are case reported of sleep disturbances and appetite loss. If you the dreams are disturbing and if you are concerned anyway, you should discuss the experience with your doctor. ...Read more
I think I have simple partial seizures. When this happens its like my brain is trying to recall a dream and afterwards I throw up. I don't lose consiou?
When standing dream like state pressure in throat and neck mouth dries up cannot swallow numbness in limbs lose speech MRI normal?
Medical cause for someone in a dream-like extreme dissociative state but no loss of conscious, slowed brain, no sense of time, confabulations, amnesia?
Neurologic/Psycholog: It is necessary to determine the root of your symptoms. A visit to a neurologist is a good place to start. After that a clinical psychologist could be the correct professional. Brain malfunction or psychological trauma may be the cause (s). Peace and good health. ...Read more
Individual interpret: Each persons dream should be interpretted by that person in the context of their own life. There isn't usually one answer to fit particular dream content.. Our dreams are part of the mind's repair that goes on when we are asleep. ...Read more
Sleep is an active state that happens as rem and non-rem.
In rem sleep most of your brain functions are happening as usual and you can have emotions and percieve things i... However your input and output systems from cortex are disconnected. .. That's why with activation of different systems of memory, emotion etc you develop experiences that are all internal called dream. ...Read more
Not necessarily: Dreams can be interpreted in any number of ways. One could also dream of people they don't like. So, there is not direct causal relationship between dreaming about a person and desiring them. Hope this helps! ...Read more
Unclear: Dream interpretation is not well grounded in science. Sometimes our dreams reflect real world concerns or thoughts that we have, but trying to understand a specific "meaning" out of a certain dream is hard to prove or disprove. I usually tell patient to focus less on the content of dreams and more on how the dream made them feel. Sometimes a useful approach in therapy with patients. ...Read more
Great question!: There's studies showing that blind people can 'see color' in their inner vision that's pretty accurate to how those particular colors appear to us, who can see. How is that possible? So, that's a great question. If they had vision, and lost it later, it's probably true they can see in their dreams. For those who never saw, it's a different question, as those neurons were never developed that way. ...Read more
No: There is no reason to suspect that other people's thoughts of you will manifest in your dreams. ...Read more
No,: No, actually that isn't true at all. Dreams are random and often based on what we have seen or thought of during the day. So if two people saw each other a great deal it may happen randomly, but it is not related. ...Read more
Can you tell me if someone is suffering from nocturnal emission (wet dreams) who he should consult with?
Nocturnal Emissions: No one. These are natural and do not in any way represent disease or a medical condition. Your body is designed to keep the sperm in your prostate gland as fresh and healthy as possible. That means, if you are not emptying your prostate gland on a regular basis like very other man you know, then your body will cause the emission of old semen to make room for new and fresh semen. ...Read more
Can you tell me what you suggest if someone is suffering from nocturnal emission (wet dreams) who he should consult with?
My bro killed himself 2 weeks ago. I keep searching 4 someone in my dreams. But not him. We were searching 4 him the day he died.
Subconscious mind: Is causing you to dream about this. If it is bothering you I would suggest talking with a counselor to help yo deal with and resolve this situation. ...Read more
Why am I constantly dreaming of me being angry at someone, my friends, family and people I don't even know. It has been happening for about four months, ?
Dreams road to UNC:
Dreams represents repressed unconscious emotions. They can have different levels of interpretation. Dream is like a play where the setting, director, actors and actresses are created by the dreamer.
It also represents a way to express the anxiety, fear and wishes. Hence it can be understood only by the dreamer with the help of a therapist who is good at it. ...Read more
Sure: Just about anything is possible in dreams. That's what makes them cool. Usually. ...Read more
Is there a name for when you have a dream that you confuse with reality? These are mundane like someone telling me they'll be out of the office.
Deeja vue: As in you recall this happening before somehow? ...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
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
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
This needs to: Be evaluated to tell you. Please see a psychiatrist as soon as possible. Take care. ...Read more
Dreams: Many are related to the day's residues, such as unfinished business, worries about someone or something, planning for what's ahead, or unresolved issues. ...Read more