Dr Oz: Lauri Loewenberg, Dream Analyst
Ever had a strange dream and don’t know what to make of it? Dr Oz called in Lauri Loewenberg, dream analyst and author of “Dream On It: Unlock Your Dreams, Change Your Life,” to look at the dreams in his audience. They could be tied to your health in ways you never realized!
Loewenberg’s philosophy is that the body and the brain are in sync. Your dreams can then give you messages about getting sick or when that time of the month is about to pop up! If you want to remember your dreams better, try turning down your alarm clock. A loud alarm will shake you away and you can forget the dream.
What Do Falling Dreams Mean?
The falling dream is pretty common. You’re safe in your bed, but in your brain you are on the perch of the Empire State Building or the Eiffel Tower. You teeter of the edge and plummet to the ground, waking with a start. Luckily, these dreams are perfectly normal.
Falling dreams are normal until you hit the ground. If you find yourself hitting the ground in the dream, then you are most likely feeling bad about something. Loewenberg said that it could even be a sign of depression. Keeping a dream diary, correlating the dreams to your daily life can help you find the chink in your chain.
Dr Oz: Dreams Of Being Chased
The next kind of dream, which I would classify as a nightmare, is one where you are being chased down by someone. No matter how fast or far your run, you can’t get rid of the person.
Loewenberg said that this is common, but it means you are running away from something or avoiding a situation.