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'The President' was his answer; 'he was killed by an assassin!' Then came a loud burst of grief As a result, her patient's dreams are valuable tools, allowing her to take a shortcut to the heart of a problem that's clinically important but may not
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Maybe we should ask the duck-billed platypus. Back in the 1950s, scientists working on humans identified a state marked by increased brain activation, accelerated breathing and heart rate, and muscular paralysis. But perhaps the most remarkable feature was a flickering of the eyes beneath closed eyelids – because all these physiological changes took place while the subjects were fast asleep. What the researchers had discovered became known as the “rapid eye movement” (REM) phase. Under normal circumstances, it recurs every 90 minutes or so, and takes up around 25% of our total time spent sleeping. It quickly became clear that people woken during REM had much better recall of their dreams. in fact, they would often say they’d just that moment been dreaming. As a result, the scientific community began to think of REM as the outward manifestation of the dream state. For the first time in human history, the most extraordinary and fantastical part of our lives had been subject to experimental observation. Not only that, but animals were found to experience REM as well – some of them more often and for longer than humans. We now know that the REM-iest mammal of them all is, bizarrely enough, Ornithorhynchus anatinus , known to you and me as the duck-billed platypus. Perhaps we shouldn’t be surprised, since, as Nature notes , “an account from as long ago as 1860, before REM sleep was discovered, reported that young platypus showed ‘swimming’ movements of their forepaws while asleep”. Authors might conjure up androids that dream of electric sheep , but can we now say for sure that platypuses dream of juicy crayfish. Oneirology , despite all we now know about the physiology of sleep, remains a puzzling and controversial field. During non-REM sleep DNA is repaired and the organism replenishes itself for the day ahead. But the question of why we – and probably most other mammals – dream, one that troubled our ancestors, is still pretty hard to answer today. Until relatively recently, it was taken as a given that dreams were meaningful. These strange visions that came during the night, when the darkness all around spelt danger, must be messages from the gods, or glimpses of the future. The dreams of powerful men or women could become famous. a class of people emerged whose job was to decipher them, since they might foretell the fate of the clan or nation. The Old Testament tells the story of Joseph , called on to interpret the pharaoh’s dreams of seven “fatfleshed” cows and seven “leanfleshed” ones. Premonitions aren’t just the stuff of ancient history, however. Ten days before he was shot by John Wilkes Booth, Abraham Lincoln dreamt this:. I heard subdued sobs, as if a number of people were weeping. I went from room to room. no living person was in sight, but the same mournful sounds of distress met me as I passed along. I kept on until I arrived at the East Room, which I entered. There I met with a sickening surprise. Around it were stationed soldiers who were acting as guards. and there was a throng of people, some gazing mournfully upon the corpse, whose face was covered, others weeping pitifully. ’ I demanded of one of the soldiers. ’ Then came a loud burst of grief from the crowd, which awoke me from my dream. But we can all recognise the uncanny quality of his dream: that chilling, portentous atmosphere. For the psychologist Linda Blair , there are two types of dream. The first represents a sorting-through of the contents of the day, a settling of sediment that is of no great consequence. But there are others, “those dreams that are accompanied by an emotional reaction, whether that’s happy, sad, or angry. These, she believes, are attempts to deal with issues in our lives that we have been unable to resolve consciously. “They travel down into our unconscious mind to be worked on, where they don’t distract us and distress us so much. ” Does she believe in premonition. “Dreams are predictive in my opinion,” she says, adding that “they don’t really predict the future, because no one can do that. But what they predict is what you’re going to be solving soon in terms of problems. ” As a result, her patient’s dreams are valuable tools, allowing her to take a shortcut to the heart of a problem.
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