Are You a Daydream Believer?

Are You a Daydream Believer?

If you find yourself escaping into an imagined world of your own, you might be doing something that’s great for your brain. Daydreaming is seen by some people as a sign of being easily distracted or disconnected. However, daydreaming actually exercises our brain and helps us develop our emotions. This Monday, let your mind wander for a while!

One of the best reasons to daydream is stress reduction. The act of daydreaming is similar to self-hypnosis and can mimic a meditative state. By mentally removing yourself from a high-stress situation and following a scenario that is more enjoyable, the brain and the mind both get a break from going into overdrive.

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