Dreams come from your subconscious mind as a means of processing and sorting information. But the truth is no one really knows what causes dreams and why some people seem to have vivid colorful dreams and others have short uneventful ones. Dream is a report of a memory of a cognitive experience that happens under the kinds of conditions that are most frequently produced in a state called "sleep." But if you want it to be more simple, you can think of dreams as the little dramas our minds make up when the "self" system is not keeping us alert to the world around us.
10. Do Animals Dream?
Any pet owner knows that animals seem to dream, and studies show that animals' brains follow the same series of sleeping states as ours do. Studies conducted in 2000 at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), led Cambridge researchers to believe that not only do animals dream, but their dreams can be highly complex involving long sequences of replayed waking events.
9. Dreams Can Prevent Psychosis
8. Blind People Also Dream
7. Snoring Prevents Dreaming.
6. Gender Differences in Dreams
5. Not Everyone Dreams in Color
4. You Forget 90% of your Dreams
3. We Only Dream of What We Know
2. Dreams have Hidden Meanings
1. Everybody Dreams