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Sleep Disorders

13 September 2010

The world of dreams

Every night when we sleep, we enter a different world. In this place there are no limitations and anything is possible. This is the world of our dreams.

Every night when we sleep, we enter a different world. It takes most of us approximately 20 minutes to get there. In this place there are no limitations and anything is possible. This is the world of our dreams.

"Dreams are a result of the subconscious mind receiving messages in a symbolic form," says Tanja Jaeger, a third-generation psychic from Sea Point in Cape Town. “Our lives and our dreams are actually closely linked and in order to understand ourselves better, we need to gain insight into our emotional and psychological wellbeing by understanding the meaning of our dreams.”

 

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Dr Alison Bentley is a general practitioner who has consulted in sleep medicine and sleep disorders, in both adults and children of all ages, for almost 30 years. She also researches and publishes on a number of sleep-related topics both in formal research journals and lay publications including as editor of Sleep Matters, an educational newsletter on sleep disorders for doctors.

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