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  1. Fenos

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    May 28,  · This is a dream-inspired quiz and the nightmares are based off common fears. It meant to be taken in a symbolic manner and not a literal one so this is a more abstract quiz. I apologize if it isn't as accurate as normal. I've been struggle with some writers block (^u^;) but should you enjoy.
  2. Meztigor

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    Nightmares, or bad dreams, are a type of dream that causes you to feel anxiety, fear or terror. Typically, a person will wake up during or just after having a nightmare and he or she will be able.
  3. Zulumuro

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    Nightmares in adults can be caused by certain sleep disorders. These include sleep apnea and restless legs syndrome. If no other cause can be determined, chronic nightmares may be .
  4. Sazil

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    If your most recent nightmare is too upsetting to think about, pick another. Think of a way to change the nightmare. Krakow declines to tell his patients what sort of change to make, encouraging.
  5. Gall

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    Nightmares seem to be a part of normal development, and except in the case of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), they usually aren’t symptoms of any underlying medical condition or mental.
  6. Ketaxe

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    A nightmare tends to be extremely vivid dream that evokes feelings of helplessness, terror, anxiety and sorrow. You might wake up in a cold sweat, heart pounding or put you in a bad mood for the rest of the day. More than often nightmares tend to occur during rapid eye movement (REM) sleep, usually when most dreams takes place.
  7. Mazuran

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    Dec 20,  · Nightmares are dreams that are threatening and scary. Nearly everyone has had a nightmare from time to time. For trauma survivors, though, nightmares are a common problem. Along with flashbacks and unwanted memories, nightmares are one of the ways in which a trauma survivor may relive the trauma for months or years after the event.
  8. Mizshura

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  9. Juran

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