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Are your dreams scaring you? Here's how to avoid violent or sexual dreams

Are your dreams scaring you? Here's how to avoid violent or sexual dreams

If you are troubled by violent or sexual dreams, avoid watching media with violent or sexual content at bedtime, suggests new research. The violent and sexual media you consume during the day may infiltrate your dreams at night, the study said.

Women have cheating nightmares while men fantasize about flying: Study

Women have cheating nightmares while men fantasize about flying: Study

The findings are based on a study of 2,000 men and women across the United States, carried out by bed firm Amerisleep.

Women have emotionally more intense nightmares than men

Women have emotionally more intense nightmares than men

Women not only have more nightmares than men, their nightmares are emotionally more intense than mens', finds a study.

Sigmund Freud's 160th birthday: Google celebrates with a creative doodle!

Sigmund Freud's 160th birthday: Google celebrates with a creative doodle!

Freud, who was born on 6 May 1856, is best known as the father of psychoanalysis, the method of resolving mental illness through a dialogue between a doctor and patient.  

Dr. Subhash Chandra Show: Value and importance of dreams

Get to know the value of dream in shaping your life and career by
Dr. Subhash Chandra in his special show Dr. Subhash Chandra Show

Unbelievable! This pill lets people take control of their dreams

Unbelievable! This pill lets people take control of their dreams

The pills reportedly contain herbs and nutrients that encourage lucid dreaming.

Blake Lively dreams of attending Harvard Business School

Blake Lively dreams of attending Harvard Business School

Blake Lively has already made her mark as both an actress and a lifestyle maven, but now she hopes to attend Harvard Business School someday.

Brain different in lucid dreamers: Study

The brain area which enables self-reflection is larger in lucid dreamers, a new study suggests.

Decoded: How some people control dreams

Decoded: How some people control dreams

 Researchers have discovered that the brain area which enables self-reflection is larger in lucid dreamers.

Figment of Imagination, a lucid dream, or thin air, what are we?

In the deepest realms of my artistry, imagery and perceptibility a bare void reaches out to me asking to be named, defined, reasoned and heard. Homo Sapiens are probably Earth's proud race in the galaxy, with 'beauty' and 'brains' unmatched in the entire universe.

Yuvraj Singh still hopeful of comeback into Indian team

Yuvraj Singh still hopeful of comeback into Indian team

Despite not having played international cricket for quite some time, star all-rounder Yuvraj Singh is still harbouring dreams of playing for India.

Kravitz dreams of Jennifer Lawrence

Actor Lenny Kravitz says he often dreams about his 'The Hunger Games' co-star Jennifer Lawrence.

Michael visits me in my dreams: Joe Jackson

Michael Jackson`s father Joe has marked the fifth anniversary of the King of Pop`s death by revealing his son still visits him in his dreams.

Now, smartphone app to create the perfect dream

A smartphone app makes it possible for people to create their perfect dream and so wake up feeling especially happy and refreshed, scientists say.

Beyonce Knowles collaborates with producer Boots

Pop star Beyonce Knowles has lent her vocals to producer Boots` new song, `Dreams`.

Why some people remember dreams decoded!

Scientists have found that an information-processing hub in the brain is more active in people who can remember their dreams.

Soon, a headband to give your dreams wings

What if you could transform that frightening nightmare into a jacuzzi bath at a five-star hotel or scuba diving in Egyptian red sea? Possible.

Parents push children to fulfill own thwarted dreams

Parents are pushy and scream from the sidelines or hover backstage because they want their children to reach their own thwarted dreams, the first experiments on the long-held belief suggest.

Dreams may affect relationships

A new study has shown for the first time that our dreams have real consequences in our daytime interactions with our partners in the days that follow.

Researchers in Japan can now ‘read’ dreams using brain scans

Researchers in Japan have found a way to "read" dreams after using MRI scans to predict the images that people see when they enter into an early stage of sleep.