Everyone talks a lot about the quality of sleep, more concern about the length of sleep, but less talk about dreams which is like “throwing away a gift from our brains without bothering to open it”, what is the gift?
Actually, Dreams play a big role in helping us cope with stress, grief, and trauma
Dreams are an opportunity to work through things that frighten us in real life, to play out worst-case scenarios in an environment where they have no consequences.
When we dream, the logic centers of our brain –go dark, and chemicals associated with self-control, like serotonin and epinephrine, drop, at the same time, the emotion centers light up: we have a perfect chemical canvas for dramatic, psychologically intense visions.
That is way dreams contain such surreal elements, weird collages of time, people, geography and so on.
When we are dreaming, we are thinking in a state we never have access to by day.
Dreams offer the opportunity to think in a different way and show new answers to problems. they show us blind sports, help us home in on things we might be neglecting in our personal lives
So relaxation before sleep is the most important. The more relaxed you are, the more you can get into a deep sleep and release yourself in your dreams.
How to relax? The depth of breathing determines the degree of relaxation of the body.
I have observed that people who breathe inappropriately or anxiously tend to breathe more shallowly.
Shallow breathing during stress belongs to the body's stress instinct.
By now, you may have begun to feel your breathing, so please follow me.
Before going to bed or when you feel nervous, drop a few drops of essential oil in your palm (must use natural essential oil), rub it hot, cover your nose, take a deep breath, and then spit it out deeply. Five times back and forth, you will find that your attention turns to the aroma of natural vegetable essential oil, and then your body begins to relax.
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