Tuesday, January 19, 2021

Restful sleep and physical health

Restful sleep and physical health


There are so many dreams that you don't want to forget. And, how many dreams are there that make you an interpreter? After seeing such dreams, we try to satisfy ourselves, 'Dreams are dreams after all.'



But, where does our mind easily understand?


Because many stories connected with dreams are rooted in our minds and brains. We have struggled with what a dream looks like and what its fruit is. We consider some dreams as ominous signs. We consider some dreams as auspicious signs. What is a dream?


Of course, there have been many discoveries in this regard. Some have considered it a reflection of the subconscious mind, some have interpreted it as an event-accident connected with the past and the future, some have compared it to a mere mental state.


When we sleep, we dream. Sleep is a state of physical rest. In this state, some parts of our body rest. Dreaming while sleeping like this is not considered good, especially in terms of physical health.


Deep sleep is essential for good physical health. Deep sleep is that in which no dream disturbs us. However, for various reasons, we are unable to get a good night's sleep. Dreaming Why does the dream appear, how does it appear, what is the effect of it? Even so, owning one is still beyond the reach of the average person.


However, now we will focus on why we have nightmares.


Most of us have a good night's sleep. When the eyes blink, nightmares haunt us. The heartbeats. Our sleep opens. Sometimes this kind of situation cannot be considered serious. However, if such a dream constantly disturbs sleep, it causes mental and physical problems.


Is it because of stress or depression that you have nightmares while you are sleeping? There is room for doubt.


One study says, "Depression is the main reason you have nightmares."


Researchers from the University of Finland and the Finnish National Institute of Health and Welfare conducted a joint cross-sectional survey in 2007 and 2012. The participants in the survey were in the age group of 25 to 74 years.


Researchers found that 3.9 percent of people had nightmares almost every night for the past 30 days. Of those, 4.8 percent were women and 2.9 percent were men. It found that 28.1 percent of people have such dreams due to depression. Besides, 17.1 percent of people had nightmares due to lack of sleep.


The researchers found that this type of nightmare was caused by insomnia, fatigue, depression, and a negative attitude towards oneself.


So he suggested, "If you want to get a good night's sleep, you need to get rid of stress or depression."

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