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Researchers in Finland found that the majority of the bad dreams people had in 2020 were related to COVID-19.

And a study run by scientists at Tuft University may have an explanation as to why.

While there is no strong evidence that dreaming has evolved specifically for emotional regulation, researchers believe that, "They provide a safe space for “rehearsals” toward fearful things in order to make them less frightful."

So in the case of the COVID-19 pandemic, while the world is struggling with a plethora of challenges, our unusual dreams help us cope with the stresses and strains we experience when we are awake.

According to dreams.co.uk, these are the 10 most common dreams

1/. Teeth falling out
2/. Something or someone chasing you
3/. Can’t find the toilet
4/. Naked in a public place
5/. Unprepared for an exam
6/. Being able to fly
7/. Falling
8/. Crashing a vehicle
9/. Finding an unused room
10/. Being late for something

Find out what these dreams mean, here.

EB Inglis shares the study on his lunchtime show. Listen below.

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