Is dreaming a physiological disorder?

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Dreams are the illustrations of your mind. The thoughts that were suppressed, the desires that were unnoticed and the voices that are lying deep inside your mind will come to you in the form of dreams.

When Do You Dream?

After some initial stages of our sleep, we reach a REM (Rapid-Eye-Movement) stage of sleep, and it is when we encounter a dream. Normally we have three to five dreams per night, while sometimes it would be seven. We remember some while we forget some. The duration of these dreams lasts from a few seconds to even 20 to 30 minutes of time.

These dreams are of many types such as recurring dreams, nightmares, déjà vu etc. that we see depending upon our psychological condition. A tranquil dream represents our pleasant mood while a nightmare represents our worried mood. There are many kinds of interpretations of the dreams.


The inner soul of a human being may have many questions, worries and thoughts which are unheard, unsaid and suppressed. But dreams are the gateway to such thoughts that you see in some way or the other. The interpretation of a dream reflects your inner thoughts.

For example, a dream which shows you feeling naked in public does mean that you were hiding something from the public. As well, a dream in which you need to appear a test in your school, that you aren’t prepared for, represents that you have something to learn from your past experiences.

So, dreams are not at all a psychological disorder but they are the remainders of the order of your psychology. Have time to analyze them. You may, of course, have some absurd dreams sometimes which have nothing to say but just amuse you.

Updated on 30-Jul-2019 22:30:24