You’ll probably forget 90 percent of your dreams ten minutes after waking up. Even if you only remember one dream, most people have multiple dreams throughout the night. According to a study published in Sleep and biological Rhythms, night owls tend to have more nightmares than early birds.
Here we listed twelve common dream theme:
1. Death: A big change or transformation on the horizon, for you or someone close to you.
2. Falling: A lack of control or insecurity in your life. It might also represent failure.
3. Friends: Your own personality traits that you may not be aware of, or that need exploring.
4. Sex: They’re not always about sexual attraction. Our subconscious sex partners have qualities that we want for ourselves.
5. Flying: Freedom. So if you’re soaring, then you are inspired in life, Trouble flying? Your life path might be blocked.
6. Paralysis: You might feel powerless during your waking hours.
7. Running: You want to escape from someone or something in the real life of achieving a goal. Running with power suggests motivation and success. Running in place means the opposite.
8. Teeth: confidence and strength. If your teeth are falling out, you could fear embarrassment, have low self-confidence, or feel stressed out or out of control.
9. Test/Exam day: Anxiety about difficulties in the life of failing at responsibilities.
10. Water: Your emotional side. The state of the water (cloudy, calm, etc.) will reveal emotions that you need to confront.
11. Nakedness: Vulnerability and exposure in a situation.
12. Pregnancy: Growth and or something new, such as projects, goals, or circumstances.