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Sleep, Dreams and Circadian Rhythms

Do you wonder if there is any correlation between dreaming and your sleep patterns? One of the most commonly asked questions in sleep research is whether or not there is a link between dreaming and one’s circadian rhythm. Not surprisingly, this remains one of the biggest mysteries in modern science. This article will discuss the relationship between dreaming and the human circadian rhythms.

A great deal of research has been done on the relationship between dreaming and the circadian rhythms. While it has been shown that human beings have a preference for certain wavelengths of light during the day, it is unclear as to why this happens. It is well known that melatonin is a hormone that is secreted in the pineal gland. A lot of research has gone into determining whether or not the secretion of melatonin by the pineal gland plays a role in the process of dreaming.

As it turns out, there is a very clear connection between the two: Dreamers experience much more vivid dreams while their circadian rhythms are out of sync. The exact reason for this phenomenon is not yet understood. However, one thing is apparent: People who are constantly feeling stressed are the ones who seem to have the most vivid dreams. It has also been determined that the quality of sleep that a person gets is directly related to the quality of his or her circadian rhythm. Thus, if you want to get a good night’s rest, try to live a healthier lifestyle by getting enough exercise, avoiding too much caffeine, and eating a healthy diet that includes lots of melatonin (a hormone produced by the pineal gland).

 

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