dreaming

This Week in Science

Having Frequent, Terrifying Dreams Could Mean You Have Nightmare Disorder

This week in science: A lot of people don't feel much when they take CBD, the effects of microdosing, and what goes on in the brains of people with nightmare disorder.
Shayla Love
3.1.19
Getting Out of Bed

Why People Can't Stop Talking About Their Extremely Boring Dreams

"You were in my dream last night."
Kimberly Lawson
1.31.19
Getting Out of Bed

I Tried Lucid Dreaming to Fulfill My Wildest Sexual Fantasies

It's hard to have crazy, no-strings-attached sex when you've got a boyfriend. So I decided to try dreaming about it instead.
Lydia Morrish
1.7.19
Stuff

Terrifying Nightmares from Around the World

For two years, I've traveled the globe collecting dreams for my World Dream Atlas photography project. This is an assortment of the most intense nightmares I've encountered this year. There were plenty to choose from.
Roc Morin
10.17.16
ask-hole

Why You Don't Dream After Smoking Weed

Sleep scientists explain why getting high is a major buzzkill for your dreams.
Bethy Squires
9.23.16
Art

Exhibition Mirrors Uncertain Future for United Kingdom

A collaborative arts project makes Brexit more relevant than ever.
Anna Marks
7.15.16
Stuff

What It's Like to Dream When You're Blind

Hearing other people talk about a dream they had is usually pretty boring, but not when the dreamer is blind.
Marko Ignjatović
4.8.16
Features

The Aspirational Science of Predictive Dreaming

Some scientists say psychic dreams are real. Explaining how they happen is another issue altogether.
Geraldine Cremin
1.27.16
dreams

I'll Text U In My Dreams

In dreams, writing is hard, but texting and typing are easier than ever.
Whitney Mallett
1.21.16
You'll Sleep When You're Dead

Four Leading Theories on Why Humans Need to Sleep

It remains one of biology's biggest mysteries.
Daniel Oberhaus
1.20.16
Reviews

We Wore Electrodes to Bed to Induce Lucid Dreaming

It didn't really work, but lucid dreaming is also kind of whack anyway.
Kaleigh Rogers
10.16.15
dreams

Snap Out of It: Neuroscientists Induce Artificial Daydreaming

Just in case you happen to have a deficit in spacing-out abilities.
Ben Richmond
2.17.15
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