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10 Things Your Dreams Are Actually Trying To Tell You

There might not be any science behind those "dream dictionaries." But how you dream could tell you something about your health. Sleep Number® beds with SleepIQ® technology are the only beds that use science to help you get your best night's sleep.

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4. On the other hand, occasional bad dreams could simply be caused by diet.

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While there's evidence that spicy food may interrupt your sleep, bad dreams can also be caused by simply eating anything too close to bedtime.

10. Similarly, the feeling of waking up but being unable to move is typically nothing to worry about.


This feeling is called sleep paralysis, and it's rarely linked to any deeper issues. Being over-tired can contribute to this, though, so good sleep is important.

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