Aug 13, 2013 ... People who tend to remember their dreams also respond more strongly than
others to hearing their name when they're awake, new research ...
Jan 24, 2014 ... Others don't — what does that say about the quality of your sleep? ... People are
more likely to remember their dreams when they're anxious or ...
(The fact that we don't need to be asleep in order to dream may have some ....
that some people are too "defensive" or "repressed" to remember their dreams.
Feb 22, 2014 ... Some people seem to be super-dreamers, able to recall effortlessly their ... “For
someone to remember their dreams, all three of those things have to happen.” ....
It's 3D Mahjongg- you don't even need to wear 3D glasses!
Feb 17, 2014 ... Researchers have examined the brain activity of people experiencing dreams in
order to work out why some individuals remember their ...
Feb 18, 2014 ... The team were puzzled by the fact some people recall a dream every ... The team
found those who slept badly were more likely to remember their dreams .... are
wonderful dreams where I know I'm dreaming but I don't want to ...
Then you're now left with an amazing feeling, but you don't know why exactly. ...
Scientists themselves aren't sure why some people remember dreams while ... in
their alpha brain wave upon hearing their own names, in comparison to the “low
May 3, 2015 ... It is perhaps no accident that those dreams we do remember tend to be recurring
dreams. Most people simply care too little about their dreams; ...
With conscious effort you can remember more of your dreams and recall them in
... Many people find that they are able to better recall dreams if they don't use an ...
Feb 28, 2012 ... Life is but a dream — unless you don't remember it. Sleep scientists are trying to
figure out what makes people remember their dreams.