Reality often triggers a dream memory, and can give one the sense of having predicted the occurence.
Sorry BUGS, your brain isn't equipped for REM sleep, or any sleep for that matter.
Lots of studies show dreaming is part of our natural brain activity. So, why can't we remember what happens in our dreams?
Are you a heavy sleeper? Well, chances are, your brain is working hard while you're at rest!
If you've ever been up all night, you may have found that staying awake becomes a lot easier after five or six a.m. Why?
Chances are you've heard a description of what's called a near death, out-of-body experience. For a lot of people, it's a powerful, even mystical experience.
Scientists have reason to believe birds have music on the brain when they're sleeping. Researchers think that birds dream about their songs.
For people with REM sleep behavior disorder, or RBD, the action in the dream is acted out in reality!
There’s something really funny about dreams. Well, okay, there are a lot of funny things about dreams. Even though we all can remember certain kinds of dreams, it’s curious just how hard it is to remember your dreams in general. Learn more on this Moment of Science.
Does thinking about someone make you dream about them? Find out on this Moment of Science.