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Sunday, April 15, 2018

ANXIETY CAN MANIFEST IN PREGNANCY DREAMS

Pregnancy Dreams

Not only did I have nightmares after my daughter was born, but my husband did too. I had dreams about everything from my daughter getting lost to her falling from our balcony (I later cut down huge pieces of cardboard and placed it between the slats of our banister and railings.) My husband would frequently yell my daughter's name in his sleep and would later tell me he thought someone took her. Having a baby is stressful - there's so many things you worry about. Here is an article about how many new mothers have anxious dreams. Read more:

New mothers and women who are about to have babies often do not get a lot of sleep. And when they do, a new study suggests, their dreams may make them sorry that they did.

Dream-associated Behaviors Affecting Pregnant and Postpartum Women (Sleep)Writing in the current issue of Sleep, researchers say they have found that pregnant women and those who have recently given birth commonly have dreams in which their baby is in danger. The dreams can be so
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vivid that the women call out in their sleep and move around the bed.

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The researchers, Tore Nielsen and Tyna Paquette of Sacred Heart Hospital in Montreal, said pregnancy and birth were known to influence dreams. In a high number of cases, the dreams are of infants in peril, provoking “anxiety in the mother that often spills over into wakefulness.”

The researchers posed questions to 273 women who were pregnant, had just given birth or were in a control group. One dream in particular recurred among different women, and involved a fear that the baby was lost somewhere in the bed. 

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 (www.nytimes.com)

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