- All About � DREAMS AND DREAMING. // World Almanac for Kids;2001, p89
This article provides information on dreams and dreaming. We spend about one-third of our lives sleeping and usually dream every night, for about one-fourth of the time we are asleep. Dreams are generally in color. The time when we do most of our dreaming is called REM, which stands for rapid...
- ALL ABOUT DREAMS AND DREAMING. // World Almanac for Kids;2002, p92
We spend about one-third of our lives sleeping and usually dream every night, for about one-fourth of the time we are asleep. Dreams are generally in color. The time when we do most of our dreaming is called REM, which stands for rapid eye movement. Even though our eyes are closed, they are...
- DREAM MAKER. Chiang, Mona // Science World;12/6/2004, Vol. 61 Issue 6, p7
Introduces the Dream Workshop, a gadget that replays the recorded dream descriptions during rapid eye movement sleep.
- DO ANIMAL DREAM? Brynie, Faith Hickman // Odyssey;Jan2002, Vol. 11 Issue 1, p36
Focuses on the occurrence of dreams in animals. Association of rapid eye movement (REM) sleep with dreams; Characteristics of REM sleep; Activities of the brain during sleep in animals.
- In the dreamscape of fear. // Prevention India;Nov2010, p20
The article discusses the relationship between the nightmares and sleep disorders. It is mentioned that nightmares are bad dreams which causes fear, anxiety and distress upon waking up from sleep. According to neuro-imaging studies, dreams are the result of the days experiences as processed in...
- Rein in Nightmares. // Women's Health (08847355);Nov2007, Vol. 4 Issue 9, p152
The article offers tips on how to avoid the scare out of nightmares. Veronica Tonay, author of "The Creative Dreamer," suggests abstinence from alcoholic beverages 4 hours before sleep as it blocks rapid eye movement sleep, which increases the chance for nightmares and sudden awakening....
- The Association of Nocturnal Angina Pectoris with Dreaming. Nowlin, J.B.; Troyer Jr., W.G.; Collins, W.S.; Silverman, G.; Nichols, C.R.; McIntosh, H.D.; Estes Jr., E.H.; Bogdonoff, M.D. // Annals of Internal Medicine;Dec65, Vol. 63 Issue 6, p1040
Discusses the association of nocturnal angina pectoris with dreaming. Types of eye movements observed with continuous monitoring of sleep; Medical cases involving patients with history of nocturnal angina pectoris; Indications of the association of the dreaming process with nocturnal angina...
- Sleeping and dreaming. Shepherd, Michael // British Medical Journal (Clinical Research Edition);8/20/1983, Vol. 287 Issue 6391, p512
Focuses on the scientific context of dreams. Mechanisms of death; Theory of dream sleep; Description of rapid eye movement sleep.
- Understanding sleep: Dreams and dreaming. Riha, Renata L. // Sleep (9780756626181);2007, p24
A discussion centered on dreams and dreaming from the book "Sleep: Your Questions Answered," by Renata L. Riha, is presented. It tackles how dreaming takes place and analyzes the purpose of dreaming. The difference between rapid eye movement (REM) and nonrapid eye movement (NREM) dreams is...