A new study has found that it is possible to communicate with people during a dream, to understand their questions and to answer them reasonably.
“We’ve found that during fast-moving sleep, people can form and communicate with the person they’re experiencing,” said Ken Paller, a writer at Northwestern University in the United States, according to international media.
He said that dreamers have the ability to understand questions, use memory and answer questions.
He added that many people may say that this will not be possible, that when people are asked questions, they will either wake up or fail to answer, and certainly not without twisting the question. Will not understand
The researchers tried to contact 36 people in the United States, France, Germany and the Netherlands who knew in a dream that they were dreaming. (It’s called Lost Dreaming)
According to experts, it was possible for people who were dreaming to follow instructions, solve basic math questions, answer questions yes or no, and distinguish between different emotions.
Research on these individuals does not necessarily mean that they speak, but their responses can be understood by the movement of the eye and facial muscles.
According to Current Biology, dreamers answered 158 questions correctly, 18.6 percent of the time, with different people being asked different questions.
Some people remembered the questions as part of a dream, according to a report in the journal Science. One listened to math questions on the car radio. Another man intercepted the researcher in a dream, asking if he spoke Spanish.
According to Karen Concoli, a doctoral student at Northwestern University and the first author of a research paper, we put the results in one place because we noticed that four different laboratories used four different methods and two-way correlations with the results. The fact was confirmed in a very convincing way.
He said that in future research on dreams, these methods could be used to analyze one’s brain while asleep rather than while awake. This can help confirm post-dream reports, such as machines that can show sleepers certain dreams.
In the case of ordinary people, these methods can be used for people who suffer from sleep problems or have nightmares.
Benjamin Baird, a sensory neuroscientist at the University of Wisconsin, told the journal Science that the study challenged the basic definitions of sleep.
It is a testament to this notion and the fact that different laboratories have used all these different methods to prove that this kind of bilateral communication is possible. In this way, this concept has been strengthened.