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99 Interesting Facts About Dreams

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1. The word “dream” is most likely related to the West Germanic draugmus, (meaning deception, illusion, or phantom) or from the Old Norse draugr (ghost, apparition) or the Sanskrit druh (seek to harm or injure)

2. You cannot snore and dream at the same time.

3. Adults dream off and on, for a total of about an hour and half to three hours every night.

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1. The word “dream” is most likely related to the West Germanic draugmus, (meaning deception, illusion, or phantom) or from the Old Norse draugr (ghost, apparition) or the Sanskrit druh (seek to harm or injure)

2. You cannot snore and dream at the same time.

3. Adults dream off and on, for a total of about an hour and half to three hours every night.

http://facts.randomh...out-dreams.html

Well the second one is not true. I've done sleep aponea tests connected to a variety of recording instruments which indicated I was snoring most of the night, and I also dreamed right through that snoring. My wife has also woken me up from very vivid and interesting dreams because i was snoring and annoying her. Snoring is simply a noisy form of breathing, so i can't see why this would be true for anyone.

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