Misconceptions About Dreams and PTSD

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Comment by Jim Campbell

August 16th, 2021

Most of usdream, but what do our dreams mean?

Do we haverecurring dreams good ones or nightmares.

Women dream differently than men.

Illustration of a happy young couple driving a car made of clouds, 1950s. Screen print. (Illustration by GraphicaArtis/Getty Images)

The videos accompanying this piece explain what to the vast majority of us the inexplicable.

Mental Floss

BY Kerry Wolfe

August 16th 2021

LaylaBird/iStock via Getty Images
LaylaBird/iStock via Getty Images

From the dangers of a late-night cheese binge to that recurring nightmare you have about taking the SATs in your underwear, we’re getting to the bottom of these eight misconceptions about dreams, adapted from an episode of Misconceptions

1. Misconception: Eating cheese before bed can give you nightmares.

At one point in Charles Dickens’s A Christmas Carol, Ebenezer Scrooge dismisses a ghostly encounter as being just as likely…

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