By Brie Schmidt, Feb 19, 2023
If you’re one of the lucky few that has feel-good recurring dreams, there’s likely no need to put an end to your happy nighttime fantasies. But if your dreams are disrupting your sleep and leaving you feeling uneasy, it’s time to take action. “Some recurring dreams are worthy of more attention [and therapy],” Dr. Alex Dimitriu, a psychiatrist and sleep medicine specialist, explained to Good Housekeeping. “People with unresolved trauma that should be treated will experience an event in their nightmares, and people with sleep apnea may commonly dream of suffocating or drowning, when in reality, they cannot breathe.” An appointment with your doctor or therapist is the first step to putting an end to recurring dreams.
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