TAKE A PIX MEDIA/Stocksy Researchers report that more than half of all bad dreams recorded during a recent study involved the COVID-19 pandemic. Experts recommend ways to reduce nightmares including not dwelling on the bad dream and thinking of happy endings to potential dreams before going to sleep. “Since nightmares have a bigger impact when sleep is fragmented, getting good sleep is more important than ever during the COVID pandemic,” Martin said. Practice different dream endings Paruthi said for people who have recurring bad dreams or nightmares, she recommends a technique called imagery rehearsal. “Nightmares beginning within 3 months of a trauma are present in up to 80 percent of patients with PTSD,” Paruthi said.
At Wellness Axis we want to encourage habits of wellness, Increase awareness of factors and resources contributing to well-being, Inspire and empower individuals to take responsibility for their own health, and to support a sense of community. Wellness can be thought of as the quality or state of being in good health.