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Welcome back -- RE your recurring dreams leaving you exhausted well listen you're sub conscious.
Could actually be trying to tell you something joining us now to.
And explain what your dreams can reveal about your overall health is doctor Carol -- director of sleep -- at the meridian health.
Institute nice to see this morning -- welcome here.
Okay this means is fascinating and number one on your list I think happens to me like once a week where I get I'm in the middle sleeping and I get the G Muehlegg.
Kind of like Paula I'm -- half awake and I feel -- an idea that I'm falling feeling you say this is a real issue and it -- -- all.
Tied to something specific yes absolutely can be what does when you first fell asleep what could happen as you could have just.
Jerk of those muscles and that is what I call my -- -- that's essentially a reflex he can see it in pregnant people -- if you're exercising to much.
But the best and that's not -- problem had a but the dream itself you have to remember that the -- is taking in all the old information new information and processing it.
In new patterns to -- you come up with solutions to the problems of the day to dreaming aloud regime to work through.
All those negative emotions so that you can solve them in a safe environment from your bedroom so when you're -- -- pulling sensation.
It typically is conjuring up emotions of failure -- -- And so that falling sensation.
Is something that if you pay attention to you say okay what -- -- Fearing -- what am -- afraid of it I might not accomplish.
And work towards solving yourself and they are independents here feel in my whole life so stress and tension from -- totally make sense to me.
Number two -- -- -- out of control vehicle.
Yeah I've never had -- -- before.
But driving out of control vehicle that you can't stop what does that -- tell us about again attached to what emotions do you think you're driving -- car and it was really out of control and you couldn't.
Get the car to steer the direction that you would want it is it something in your life is potentially out of control -- overwhelming your overwhelming you've taken on -- too much.
And what -- do in that type of circumstances you really do need to step back and take control your life what ever.
It is if you need to reach out to professionals get your financial life under control.
Get relationships under control.
And -- Unfortunately will happen is -- -- counseling were running about these things and not getting them under control it actually rewire your brain and programs your brain.
Ferrari so becomes a vicious circle so you do want to intervene.
I often heard about people having these dreams about their teeth fall she.
Right and I never believed -- -- -- -- really that's a common dream.
Then I had that tree last year at one point I remember having that and I woke up -- that's what they're talking about what does the teeth falling out dreamy.
Well it can mean different things for different people in the -- -- with teeth but they need to -- -- he was right there on your face to -- power it can mean confidence.
So if your teeth are falling out you may be struggling with an issue with confidence for that particular day but -- boxer your teeth falling out might be -- good thing.
So these images again their -- in your head and we -- emotions.
And that he used to these these images a common dream again being chased and chased him around -- dream of being chased what does this -- talents wolf for many people being chased is associated with the emotion of whom we didn't -- -- avoiding something.
So you're you're not getting to that worked issue that's a problem for you were dealing with that relationship it's a problem.
Of -- what it is in your in your day and then hopefully he'll be up to get past that dream.
All right so not being -- but I.
Occasionally T fall -- -- and I.
-- common dreams and I can't get to that college class can't find it on campus I know that I'm supposed to get there and I have that dream every month I think.
Now what I I you know I've I have to commonly -- dream about not being prepared for museum.
-- think of college as a time where you're supposed to be moving ahead your career meeting goals.
It's of the emotion that would be there would be on my gosh I'm not prepared I can't find the police weren't supposed to be on going to feel -- this -- usually it's not feeling prepared.
I see a theme with mine.
Fear of failure and stressed.
All right doctor that you diagnosed me doctor Carol ash a thank you so much for joining us this morning if you missed any of these go to foxnews.com.
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