I’ve had Dream recurring nightmares for years of my teeth cracking, coming loose, or falling out. Many of my loved ones have fantasized of flying, taking off on their own in an autonomous car, or being late for work or school. These aren’t your typical dreams, which rarely happen. These are some of the most common recurring nightmares, and they might be difficult to get rid of due to their propensity for being gloomy.
According to dream researcher Deirdre Barrett, a lecturer of psychology in the department of psychiatry at Harvard Medical School, recurring dreams are more likely to be about extremely profound life experiences or just very character-logic issues that are kind of guaranteed to recur in waking life because they’re part of you rather than a one-time event.
It only takes having the same dream twice or more to qualify as recurring because our dreams rarely repeat themselves, according to Barrett. According to Barrett, they can persist into maturity but are more common in childhood. Additionally, repeated dreams don’t always occur close together; they can occur many times per month or years apart, according to Barrett.
Experts claim that recurring dreams can be the same every time or simply repeat the same settings or issues.
According to clinical psychologist Dr. Nirit Soffer-Dudek, a senior lecturer in the psychology department at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev in Israel, most people do not have repeated dreams on a regular basis, making it challenging to determine their prevalence. In addition, people may be impact by memory distortions, an interest in dreams (or a lack thereof), or other variables when question about past dreams they has.
People often take a cautious approach to difficult or frightful situations, and Dimitriu speculated that this may also be true of dreams. As a psychiatrist, I’m inclined to believe that there may be a message being tried to get over to you. Finding out what that is may be the solution, then. And when you do, I believe you’ll be able to put the matter to rest.
Here’s how to identify the cause of your recurrent dreams.