“The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams.”
― Eleanor Roosevelt
Dreams occur most commonly during REM (Rapid Eye Movement) sleep. During the transitional times when a person is falling asleep or waking up, various kinds of dream experiences can occur.
Do you know that dreams can make you creative? While you dream, your brain is busy polishing your problem-solving skills. If you are trying to seamlessly perfect a new skill, or study new information then a good sleep, complete with dreams, can help you learn at an accelerating rate.
Dreams are responsible for many of the greatest inventions of mankind. A few examples include the idea for Google -Larry Page, Periodic table -Dimitri Mendeleyev.
Even though you might not remember most of them, you have multiple dreams each night. According to the National Sleep Foundation, most people forget 90-95 percent of their dreams.
So kids, the next time you dream, remember that dreams help regulate traffic on that fragile bridge that connects our experiences with our emotions and memories.
Please don’t hesitate to share any fun and bizarre dreams that had recently in the comment section below! Have fun and keep listening to Radio Olive Kids.