4 facts you need to know about Dreams

1. Dreaming can help you learn.
After you had studied 2 hours you can either just keep on reading for few more hours continuosly or take a nap! You'll learn better in dream! according to Harvard Medical School, when the brain dreams, it helps you learn and solve problems! Make sure you are having a noise-proof such as turn off your TV and radio.

2. You can have several or even a dozen of dreams in one night.
It’s not just one dream per night, but rather dozens of them! Our brains dream in every 90 minutes, so whenever you go to sleep you need 90 minutes before your brain starts dreaming. According to Loewenberg, the first dream has a duration of 5 minutes only but the last dream before you awake can last for 45 minutes to 1 hour.

3. You can linger in a dream after waking.
This is how you do it. Remain in the position you awake from dream, do not move a muscle because when you move your body, you will be disconnected from the dream you were in seconds ago. This is how you remember your dreams, and Deja Vu may happen because you dreamt about a similar situation or place and you felt like experienced it before in the past when actually is in your dream.

4. You can have Lucid Dream
Just like in the movie Inception, people can control their dream also known as lucid dreaming (means conscious perception of your state while dreaming). Not everyone has this skill but you can learn the skill as this can prevent you from having recurring bad dreams.

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Vicky 刘宁 said...

Hi thanks for the comment on my blog. Thank God someone from ACCA approaches me when I most need them. I've just passed my CAT exam in the previous sitting (June 2010). And now I'm approaching to ACCA fundamental level. I've TOTALLY forgot about "Exam Registration" for every first attempt. Now that the closing date (15/8/2010) of exam registration has past. I acknowledge this when I click on the "enter for exams" tab in my acca account, and there's nothing but a word "no rows found".

I heard that the ACCA member will send you the new registration number for ACCA, but I haven't receive any mail except for news of ACCA ever since the mail of my CAT results. Please tell me what to do, I don't wish to wait for another 6 months T.T Reply me in my blog post comment box yeah.. thanks~

Regards, Vicky

SamSeiko said...

"Please note that you can make as many changes as you wish online to your exam selection at no extra cost up until the standard exam entry closing date of 15 April for June exams and 15 October for December exams."

So this means you still have time to go for the December 2010 exam.