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Why do I have bad dreams?

Wednesday, March 23rd, 2011

why do I have bad dreamsWe have all woken up some mornings and asked “why do I have bad dreams”. Bad dreams or nightmares can be extremely scary and hard to forget and often causes us a lot of mental discomfort.  In one night we  can dream several dreams. How vivid and emotional will be partly dependent the.phase of sleep in which you are at the time of dreaming. There are two phases – the quick and the slow sleep. In the slow phase the brain hardly works, metabolism is minimal and you are breathing slowly and deeply. Awakened in this phase people rarely remember their dreams. The transition from slow to fast sleep is clear. Under closed eyelids the  pupils can be as active as when awake and breathing becomes quite rapid.   The brain can consume a lot of energy and worries during the day  and  nightmares often occur  when we are stressed or worried.  During the night we can have up to  6 cycles of sleep, each of which can last up to 2 hours. Many people are accustomed to believe that poor sleep must be the cause. . Indeed not. Disturbing dreams are actually a signal of any personal concerns of the people.  This may be some emotional experience associated with the unresolved issue or concern related to the expectation of any change. Changing your home or workplace, exams, new relationships or family problems can cause you to have bad dreams



How to breath clean air in home

Saturday, November 7th, 2009

Home Breath AirWe are used to thinking about air pollution as something coming from outside – smog, fog, light haze. But the truth is that the air inside – in the home, office and entire building can be even more polluted than that outside. To external pollutants home added lead (from house dust), formaldehyde, radon, even volatile chemicals from popular tools for cleaning. Some pollutants are brought home with entry and exit. Others come with a new mattress or furniture, with preparations for carpets or paint on the walls. Throughout this mix you will find a microscopic mites – a major allergen and dust and piles of pet dander. Even if you do not have one at home does not mean he does not bring in outside – today it is one of the so-called. public allergens. Owners of domestic animals carry it on their clothes and distribute it throughout the day. Children, asthmatics and the elderly are particularly susceptible to indoor pollution, but some health effects may occur only after years as a result of repeated exposure. Bedroom allergens and irritants have become much more important in recent decades because they spend more time inside. And because modern house is isolated in any way, these stimuli can not easily get out. Therefore, modern man is exposed to 3-4 times more such stimuli than 30-40 years ago. However, how to reduce the amount of harmful particles and chemicals into the air at home and reduce their negative impact. We offer you five tips for everyday life with a proven effect:

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