Dreams Always Scream And Seem To Wake Up?
good evening, I’m Nurmida Pasaribu, I want a consultation about Dreams,
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. We understand your concern. But indeed, dreams are still a topic that is not very well understood by science. We still don't know what determines the "theme" of our dreams, who are the people we meet in our dreams, what causes us not to realize that dreams are in progress, what dreams mean, and various other questions.
Thus, the existence or absence of dreams in one's sleep cannot be used as a benchmark or a sign of a certain condition. A person can not dream at all, dream many times in one sleep period, dream as normal or as weird as anything, without indicating that it is a disorder. Even those who have been diagnosed with a mental disorder are not diagnosed or evaluated from their dreams.
But if in your condition, the dream has made you disturbed from sleep, such as being repeatedly woken up, walking in sleep conditions, delirious and so forth, consult your complaints to the psychiatrist as an expert in the problem of sleep disorders. Meanwhile, if there are no truly disturbing complaints, there is nothing specific you need to do other than maintain a healthy lifestyle in general. So, hopefully answering your question.