We spend 6.5 years of our lives dreaming.
People who remember their dreams show different brain activity. A 2014 study found more spontaneous activity in a part of
For 90 minutes to two hours or more each night, every single person on Earth dreams. But dreams don't always tell a simple story, and the field of dream research becomes even more fascinating when people from different cultures and backgrounds report having similar dreams.
Most dreams aren't very sweet. In fact, dreams tend to be pretty darn unpleasant. A 2008 study confirmed that our dream experiences
Despite all the hearsay about dream-inducing edibles, there's not a lot of science yet, says Tore Nielsen, PhD, a professor
JH: But we may be getting close. Back in 1953, sleep researchers Nathaniel Kleitman and Eugene Aserinsky recorded brain activity
By Jena Pincott Keep in touch! Check out HuffPost OWN on Facebook and Twitter . Daydreams distract us for a shocking 47 percent
By Jena Pincott Control them, harness them... and lose weight while you’re at it? These dream facts demonstrate how your
This might be hard to believe but the average human spends more than six years of his or her life dreaming, according to