Fascinating Tooth Fairy or Night Monster?

That`s for you to decide…


Touch your heart and shut your eyes, dream sweet dreams and sleep tight.”
(Unknown author)

Dreams are created by our mind while sleeping. They can make us feel

different emotions: happiness, sadness, and even fear. They may seem confusing and puzzling, just crystal and clear, too simple and stupid… Dreams can happen at any time during a sleep. Some experts say we dream at least four to six times a night. Do you believe it?

The most exciting phase of sleeping is lucid dreaming. It is a period of time when our brain states between REM (rapid eye movement) sleep and being awake. Some lucid dreamers are able to influence their dream. This may be a good tactic, especially during a nightmare.

Just imagine, how your subconscious fights with monsters from your nightmare:

“I will kill you! Right now and right here. Your death will be bloody and ruthless!” The monster is threatening.

“You won’t do anything, moron monster! I control the situation,” your subconscious horns in.

“Oh, noy, my girly toy. I must finish my plans and this dream too. I promise that you will forget this in the morning, but now…just let me do my job,” insisted the monster.

“You are just a figment of my imagination. I will stop this immediately,” asserted the subconscious.

“Okey-Dockey, you are the winner. I failed this night, but the next time I will be better prepared for your surprise visit. Good night!” The monster disappeared in the misty moonlight.

We should understand that nightmares are usual things. It’s a common phenomenon in both children and adults. Often, it happens because of stress or conflict, fear or trauma, emotional problems or just curiosity… If some nightmare chases you over and over again, your subconscious may be trying to tell you something important. Listen to it. If you can’t figure out why you’re having bad dreams, talk to a specialist. He may be able to help you figure out what’s causing your nightmares and give you tips to put you at ease. Keep in mind that no matter how scary a nightmare is, it’s not real and most likely won’t happen to you in real life.

Moreover, we seldom remember the dream in details. Researchers don’t know for sure why dreams are easily forgotten. Maybe we’re designed to forget our dreams because if we remembered them all, we might not be able to distinguish dreams from real memories. We may remember that only those dreams that happen just before we wake up when certain brain activities are turned back on.

To summarize, I would like to underline that you should not be scared of nightmares. It’s just the play of your own imagination. Keep calm and have a nice dream — instead of a night monster, a tooth fairy will come to see you, instead of a night monster, you will get a sweet smile and a small gift from a fascinating tooth fairy…

September 13, 2020

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