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Is dreaming an important part of sleep, for your health?

When you sleep, activity continues to occur, at the cellular level, in the brain. Dreams and REM (rapid eye movement) happens in one's sleep. Is this dream activity important, or is it just idle activities? Why do you think it does make a difference, or, it does not make a difference?

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Abby Campbell says

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    Dr Freddie Haddox (Dr. Haddox) 3 years ago

    I like the way you talk about you dreams, and I like the way you honestly contemplate, that is study, your dreams. You also ask a good question, "I would love to know if they make a difference." Actually, dream research is an ongoing process, still.

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Sarah Chewings (sarahmoose) says

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