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Sir Pj Abejero
TABLES OF CONTENTS:
• What is a dream?
• The sleep cycle.
• Facts about dreams.
• Types of dreams.
• The Importance of Dreaming.
WHAT IS A DREAM ?
• Sequence of images, ideas, emotions,
and sensations that occur involuntarily in
the mind during certain stages of sleep.
THE SLEEP CYCLE
• The sleep cycle comprises of four stages and
lasts for about 90-120 minutes.
From 5 to 10 minutes, the body and muscles
start to relax.
Your brain activity, heart rate and breathing start to
slow down. you're beginning to reach a state of
total relaxation .
You get deeper into sleep.
Stage of sleep when you dream. It is also referred
to as "active sleep" or REM sleep.
The sleep cycle repeats itself on an
average of 3 to 5 times per night, may
repeat as many as 7 times.
This is how a person dreams several
times in one night.
• When you dream, your body faces some changes. Your
adrenaline rises, your blood pressure increases, and your
heart beats faster.
• During a typical lifetime, people spend an average of six
• 12% of people only dream in black and white.
• Sleep might be disturbed during the night but the mind
interprets the disturbance and makes it a part of a dream.
• Five minutes after the end of the dream, 50% of the
content is forgotten, after ten minutes 90% is forgotten.
• Animals also Dream.
• Day dreaming occurs when
you are half awake, and it is
the imagining or remembering
of images or experiences in
the past or future.
• Lucid dreams occur when
you realize you are
dreaming. the dreamer can
reassure him/herself that it is
only a dream and that he or
she will soon awaken
• A nightmare is a disturbing
dream that causes you to wake
up feeling anxious and
• Nightmares may also occur
because you have ignored or
refused to accept a particular life
• Recurring dreams repeat
themselves with little
variation in story or
theme. These dreams may
be positive, but most often
they are nightmarish in
• They are so memorable and
vivid, that we simply cannot
ignore them. It’s details remain
in your memory for years, as if
you’ve dreamt it last night
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Mr. Pj Abajero
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again..That all! And once again “Thank You”