I don’t know about you, but I’ve had some pretty wacky dreams throughout the years.
Some have involved talking animals, flying. and even trying to catch a plane while being chased by tigers through grade school auditorium. And those are only the ones I can remember!
It can be mentally exhausting to wake up from a really vivid dream, only to have it fly out of your head almost immediately, leaving you with only little phantom traces of the night before.
Fortunately, there are steps that you can take in order to remember more of your dreams.
Since dreams are directly linked to our subconscious, everything we eat, the things we worry about, and even our sleep positions can be a factor in what we dream.
Fortunately, we can use this to our advantage and learn to wake up raring to write down last night’s wackiness—so you’ll have plenty more crazy stories to tell to friends!
Check below to learn how to recall your dreams more frequently.
#1: Get A Good Night’s Sleep
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