Fear of dreams


  • 1 The truth of visions and dreams
  • 2 The scientific origin of dreams
  • 3 Fear of dreams
  • 4 ways to prevent bad dreams
  • 5 References

Reality of visions and dreams

The human sciences and heavenly religions paid great attention to human dreams and visions, to the point that they made them into special and distinctive categories of legal science and interpretation, and the importance of dreams cameAnd visions of people's interest in them throughout history, their attachment to their dreams and their need to interpret them, and suspend their lives and facilitate their affairs through them, just as the importance of dreams and visions stems from the interest of the heavenly laws in them, nations, kings, scholars and historians. Likewise, what the verses of the Holy Qur’an offered from the vision of the Prophet Joseph, peace be upon him, and to follow the interpretation of his visions, and describe the course of events based on what came in the vision, and the scholars mention the visions that they are the first science between Science, and that this science remains with the interest of the prophets and the fulfillment of prophecies through it, by the inspiration of God Almighty until the vision became part of the prophecy. [1]

The scientific origin of dreams

Scientists have talked about describing dreams , their nature, their causes and types, observing sleep, analyzing their dreams, and referring them to their psychological and social states and their needs that they seek to fulfill or desires that they aspire to achieve, but that all of them did not help them in identifying the delicate nature of the facts and the precise scientific nature Good and dreadful good, Freud saw dreamsJust a sleep guard extends its duration and prevents its interruption by evoking events that satisfy the unconscious impulses of a person to continue in his deep sleep, and in his opinion that dreams are the product of the soul's struggle between its suppressed desires and its resistance to curbing these desires and preventing them, and the dreams may be disturbed in human Intellectual activity as a type of response to the stimulus to which the sleeper or the impulse he has been exposed to and is concerned with, or recounts the events of the day or days or what previously happened, or show solutions to his problems, and dreams may bear many dreams It is a distraction and annoying that ends sleep and alerts a person to forget, for the most part, what happened in his dream and keeps him feeling comfortable or upset. [2]

Fear of dreams

Many people suffer from the problem of disturbing dreams and permanent or divergent nightmares, and studies show that one person between two suffers from such dreams every night, with a high rate of divergent periods of up to eight percent in adults, and rises to about fifty percent in children under the age of school and between three to Sixth of their age in particular, and the high percentage of children is explained by many reasons related to the health, psychological, social and security situation of the child, and other things that the child experiences daily. Diseases of the respiratory system, for example, help in increasing the rate of RIP for such dreams, and the changes that the child during the early stages faced; entree study, or trying to adapt to new friends, moving to housing, and the problems of the parents or divorced breed has all pressure nervous troublesome expressed by nightmares and night disturbing dreams.[3]

Often, a dreamer with a nightmare or a susceptible dreamer will enter into a state of fear of sleeping as a result of his fear of being exposed to dreams again or his fear of returning to the same dream and experiencing its events and scenes, so that feelings of fear, sadness, anxiety and sleep reluctance dominate him, in order to avoid being exposed to the dream again, and may not many people feel the importance of dreams annoying or not born towards a sense; the scarcity of occurrence have or spacing periods, but some people affected by significantly, has generated have complications or psychological crises of behavior accompanied by chronic insomnia and fear of sleep, as you might Ti_k Some have the idea of suicide to the severity of the psychological pressure formed by. [4]

Ways to prevent bad dreams

It happens that a person anticipates his dreams as a result of his saturation with fear of them and the anxiety of their reflection and repetition, and the psychological state of a person plays a relative role in the occurrence of disturbing dreams , as it is the product of thinking about daily worries and problems, and disturbing dreams leave a negative psychological impact on the dreamer sometimes, but the worst is what leaves him Troubles, loads, worries and thinking after waking up from sleep and ending the dream, then transforming into a state of fear of dreams as a permanent behavior, and the individual can avoid himself from being exposed to the disturbing dream crisis and the resulting fear and panic with some preventive measures from Here it is: [5]
  • Providing physical and psychological comfort in the time that precedes sleep enough for the mind and body to empty its negative energy and alter its mental state, so the soul is not preoccupied with troublesome things or life activities that consume the energy of the body and require the attention of the mind and occupy it with thinking, emotion and effort, and that includes all physical and mental activities that exhaust the body People get tired, like reading disturbing novels, watching exciting TV programs, or remembering annoying daily events that lead to disturbing dreams .
  • Spacing meals for a sufficient period of time in the sleep, and avoiding fatty foods and drinks containing caffeine, such as tea, coffee, and soft drinks in the period before bedtime with an appropriate period of time, so that the body gets rid of its effects that lead to anxiety.
  • Exercising in the morning and avoiding daytime sleep for a long time.
  • Program the body and get it to sleep on a fixed date and organize the time for rest.
  • Do breathing exercises that promote breathing and that improve feelings and cause happiness, such as meditation on joyful events and beautiful memories, and practice breathing exercises.
  • Reciting the dhikr, verses and supplications in every morning and evening, while maintaining it and pledging it and continuing to cling to it, because of its preferences for pushing Satan, pushing disturbing dreams , and fortifying the Muslim. [6]

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