When we sleep, our brains continue to function, but on a completely different level. Everything becomes symbolic, while sweet dreams and nightmares are an integral part of sleep. If you’ve had a stressful day, prepare for your slightly grumpy brain to kick things off and present you with a selection of its best nightmares. Was it a normal day? You can expect something pleasant, although a nightmare is still a possibility from time to time. What’s the best option? No dreams, because then your brain is most relaxed, and that means a good morning for you.
As college students, we tend to be stressed, tired, anxious, depressed and in a hurry. All of these negative aspects of college life are reflected in the kinds of dreams we have at night. Some wake you up at night screaming, causing your roommate to get up crying in fear and maybe even leave the room. Some will make you think about life in the early morning hours. And some will bore you for the rest of the day. Are we suggesting that students also help read dreams? Why not! Here are the most common nightmares a student dreams about and reasonable explanations for them. Totally free.
1. naked in front of people
You are in the middle of a dance floor, you are taking a shower after a workout, you are walking down 5th Avenue, you are attending a conference ….naked. Suddenly people notice you and start laughing. Sound familiar? People with low self-esteem often have these kinds of dreams. Such a dream may also indicate feelings of guilt or shame about an action in the past. Less often, being naked in a dream indicates that you are hiding something from the rest of the world.
2. I’m trying to run, but I can’t run any faster.
People approach problems in different ways: some face challenges, while others retreat and run away. If you are trying to run away from someone or something in your dream, your body is sending a signal that there is a serious problem or dilemma in your life and that your best option is to run away. Why can’t you speed it up? The trick is that our motor functions slow down considerably or even stop altogether while we sleep. So no speeding up for you!
3. The accident has really responded positively.
One-sided love is the cause of sleepless nights for millions of people around the world. But what is so negative about being in love and whole, at least in your dreams? Because if you wake up in a reality where you are not together, you can be sure that you will not fall asleep with anxiety and restless feelings until the alarm clock rings.
4. forgetting to perform the task
What could be worse than dreaming about forgetting a mission and getting kicked out of school for it? When you wake up at 2 a.m., you think about that missed essay, and tomorrow is the deadline. By the way, we support you! If so, go to GradeMiners and ask for help with a suddenly late essay or assignment.
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5. Aliens (in reference to James Cameron’s Aliens!)
The dream plots can be very delicate and may involve the strangest characters. Behind all this is the fact that your nervous system is under a lot of stress. Fear of something or someone and your inability to make a decision can also be the reason for dreaming about strangers. Or giant, flesh-eating tomatoes. Or bloodthirsty vampire cats. Your brain just projects the scariest thing it knows to warn you. It’s crazy, right?
6. caught doing disgusting things.
Unlike the first item in the list, where shame is one of the causes of a bad dream, being caught doing naughty things, etc., is purely a sign of shame. It may remind you of something shameful you have done in the past that you caught in the act, but wrapped in another blanket. Consciousness will not fall off so easily!
7) “What am I doing with my life?
It’s not really a sleep disorder, it’s a state of mind. It works like this: you wake up in the middle of the night to pee, you come back and you end up with a severe form of insomnia. Spend the rest of the night thinking about existential questions like the meaning of life, the structure of the solar system, and the lives of sailors aboard a submarine. Why would you do that? Your mind is too tense and cannot relax on its own.
8. continuous fall or drowning
The worst nightmares of endless falling or even drowning are caused by too much academic pressure. Multiple assignments, high expectations, a tight schedule and a thousand pounds of pressure on the shoulders are the real causes of these nightmares. The good news is that you really can take control of these dreams and either stop falling or surface. That means the sky is the limit and you can handle the pressure that life puts on you. That’s the attitude you need to have! But if you drown and wake up sweating and screaming, the situation is reversed. P.S. Your workload is too heavy and you are not meeting deadlines? We encourage you to seek professional help from the GradeMiners. Relax your schedule a bit and get some rest!
9. Tsunami, fire storm, tornado, landslide
Such a dream means that something bad is about to happen. It is like an approaching dream – a dream that is all too common! When you wake up, take a moment to think about what is happening in your life and how you can do something about it. It’s not nice to start the morning with unpleasant things, but as an adult, you have to deal with unpleasant things. Or walk away, as any selfish person would.
10. you want to pee
If you want to pee in your dreams, you actually want to pee in the real world. What’s the catch? There are two possible scenarios. The first is that you wake up wanting to pee, but you are too scared or too comfortable in bed to lift a finger and force yourself back to sleep. The second is that you wake up on wet sheets. Well, at least you don’t have to go to the bathroom!