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Dreams During Pregnancy Part 3 (Second Trimester)

During this part of the pregnancy is when the woman begins to get a sense of the baby as a real person, and the bonding process begins between the mother to be and unborn child.

Dreams During Pregnancy Part 4 (Third Trimester)

Third Trimester Dreams: In the third trimester, there are more specific dreams about the baby, a baby may tell the mother their name in a dream or a woman may dream about the baby’s sex.

Dreams During Pregnancy Part 5 (Nightmares)

Many women seem to experience a large amount of nightmares during their pregnancy, but are this normal? According to many OBGYN doctors is it very normal.

Stop Having Recurring Nightmares

If your nightmares won’t stop after the translation of a few dreams, this means that you have a serious psychological problem and you need psychotherapy, translating the meaning of a series of dreams. In this case you will stop having nightmares after one or two months of psychotherapy.

Nightmare or Night Terror Do You Know the Difference

A night terror differs from a nightmare and can affect any age group (infants, toddlers, young children, teens and adults) although it is more common in children under 5 years of age.

Sleep Paralysis Medical or Spiritual

Sleep paralysis is a condition that occurs in the state just before fully awakening from sleep. The condition is characterized by being unable to move or speak. It is often associated with a feeling that there is some sort of presence, a feeling which often arouses fear but is also accompanied by an inability to cry out. The paralysis may last only a few seconds. The experience may involve visual, auditory, or tactile hallucinations.