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Thursday, 16 November 2017

The IQ and dreams symposium

Is it true that the higher your IQ, the more you dream?
I had this question buzzing in my head since I myself have been having series of dreams that at times baffles my imagination. Like a day I was playing a song in my room before I went to bed and in my dream I was performing a song then all of a sudden I woke up to discover that the song I was performing was the same that was playing the moment I woke. This means it's possible for you to see what's going on in your environment when we sleep because though we are asleep, our senses don't. The IQ is measured by the speed to which a person can process mathematical problems accurately. Could this correlate to what we see when we sleep?The more you learn, the more you dream some people would argue and the more you observe, the more you dream. Certain or not,let me analyse.
Dream is the manipulation of signals created in your brain as it segregates the day's stuff(whatever you learnt/came across that particular day and stayed in you mind) into temporary and permanent memory during relaxation period.The more you dream, the more intriguing your stimulus becomes. But the IQ tests do not measure intelligence the way a ruler measures height, hence it is difficult to justify capability of dreaming solely based on IQ. But what we can say is that people with higher IQ process information faster. The amount of dream does not depend on the IQ of the person, that's for sure. But does quality depend? Individuals with higher than average IQ seem to show traits of language fluency and three-dimensional thinking. This should make their dreams more vivid and meaningful, but that is not always the case!
Dreams are a quick successions of images, ideas, emotions, etc that randomly races in our mind "involuntarily" during a certain stage (REM cycle) of sleep. Dreams are associated with the unconscious part of the brain and certainly IQ is not. A high IQ person would have the same meaningless non-lucid dream, but they are able to recall the dream very effectively. Lucid dreaming is the conscious perception of one's state while dreaming. In this state the dreamer may often (but not always) have some degree of control over their own actions within the dream or even the characters and the environment of the dream. If the high IQ person dreams a lucid dream, he is more likely to have a more vivid and picturesque dream than most low IQ people. Dreams can at times make a creative thought occur to the person (not necessarily of high IQ) or give a sense of inspiration.All people have roughly the same amount of dreams assuming they sleep for the exact same time. Here is everything you need to know about dreaming, in a nutshell: Every 90 minutes a sleep cycle is completed. At the end of every sleep cycle we enter the so called REM(rapid eye movement) phase which also happens to be the phase where we dream. Since the average human sleeps for about 8 hours a day it's safe to assume that we all have about 5 dreams every night. Even if we can't remember them. Sleep memory is something that's rather difficult to train which is why I've set an alarm clock that wakes me up every 90 minutes during my sleep. Before I go to bed I add another 7 minutes for the initial alarm to account for the delay (because you don't know when you're going to fall asleep) . You should try to broaden your perception of thoughts by now so you could have good dreams. This is my last whistle: In my ernest opinion knowledge,which leads to dream, is directly proportional to your IQ.Your knowledge is measured on the basis of 3 things:
1.Books you read
2.Places you visit &
3.People you meet
If you have been to many place,seen culture & tradition of different places,met people from different places, heard many stories in childhood & reading novel & other imaginary stories, definitely your imagination power ,ability to adapt & to form new images and sensations in the mind that are not perceived through senses such as sight, hearing, or other senses ,will be strong. Seeing the world with differently indicates Higher IQ. IQ is all about fluency,ability learning new things,adaptability & three dimensional imagination(dreams). Stay tuned.connect:
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