Can You Explain Dreams For Survival Theory?


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El Lly answered

The reason the Dreams for Survival theory has interlinked dreams with survival is that, in sleep psychology, it is believed that the function of dreams serve to process information we receive on a daily basis. This allows us to decipher critical information, that is integral to our daily survival. 

Dreams are an unconscious method of reprocessing, readapting and reinterpreting important information from our waking lives, that is channelled into our conscious and unconscious mind. 

There is a purpose and meaning to every dream, and it is always interlinked with our daily lives. They usually represent our fears, concerns, doubts, uncertainties and anxieties.

Dreaming is a capacity inherited from our predecessors who did not possess the capability of processing and considering information during waking hours (due to smaller brain size), therefore this mechanism is designed as a means of processing and reprocessing such information during sleep.

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Carlos Marino answered

You feel abandoned or alone, either for inner beliefs, something that you are hiding, or because of something you have done that no one knows. You have been brought up to hate this thing that you either believe or have done, and are afraid that should you bring it to light, which part of you wants to do, you will in turn be hated. I suggest  you Sleep cycle alarm clock through this you get more results about Sleep Cycle .

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