How Many Types Of Dreams Have You Seen?

We see minimum of six standard dreams per night but forget 95% of them. However, standard dreams are just a type of dreams that we are capable of dreaming. Some of these are mentioned in this quiz to test how much you know about them.

Take this quiz to test your knowledge upon he types of dreams.

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    Believing that you’re up from a dream when you actually not, the waking being the part of the dream is called –

    • False Awakenings
    • Clairvoyant Dreams
    • Lucid Dreams
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    It’s a type of sleeping disorder when the person wakes up screaming, sweating, disoriented, etc. but only has a vague idea about what the dream was.

    • Audio Dreams
    • Night terror
    • Censored Dreams
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    While anyone can have these, pregnant and stressed people are more inclined for having these. These dreams are easy to remember, intense, and feel very real.

    • Visual Dreams
    • Vivid Dreams
    • Incubation Dreams
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    This type of dream is thought to have foretold a future event. Some believe these are just your subconscious anticipating a particular outcome and having you dream it to prepare.

    • Narrated Dreams
    • Deja-vu Dreams
    • Prophetic Dreams
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    Common themes of this dream is falling, being attached or chased and being confronted. It can be due to a mental health condition, substance use, or medication.

    • Recurring Dreams
    • Deja-vu Dreams
    • Compensatory Dreams
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    These occur when we are awake, one might be called ‘zoned out’ for this. It usually involves other people, real or imaginary.

    • Cosmic Dreams
    • Inspirational Dreams
    • Daydreams
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    During this you’re aware that you’re dreaming while you’re in the dream. With practice, you can control this type of dream.

    • Psychic Dreams
    • Lucid Dreams
    • Cathartic Dreams
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    These are the scary/disturbing dreams mostly due stress, mental disorders, medication side effects, sleep deprivation, watching/reading something disturbing etc.

    • Nightmares
    • Emotional Dreams
    • Precognitive Dreams
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    These dreams trace back to ancient Greece. It corresponds to dream narratives with a healing theme which features symbolic and literally imagery.

    • Podromal Dreams
    • External Stimuli Dreams
    • Healing Dreams
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    These dreams deal with emotions bubbling over to the point where you think you might lose control. If seen positively it becomes a problem-solving dream.

    • Emotional Dreams
    • Cathartic Dreams
    • Anticipated Minded Transgression Dreams
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    These are dream-like events in which the person’s soul or astral body escapes the body. Although it needs a lot of practice, stress can cause the condition to happen automatically.

    • Lucid Dreams
    • Clairvoyant Dreams
    • Out-of-Body Dreams
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    People/pairs with rich emotional connection are more likely to experience this. Sometimes the dreams happen on their own but mostly experimenters attempt for this dream experience.

    • Mutual Dreams
    • Fulfillment
    • Wish Fulfillment Dreams

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