Feeling Cold Dream Meaning
What does it mean when you are freezing in a dream? If you suddenly felt cold in a dream, then maybe this is just a blanket slid to the floor, and you really froze. But what is the meaning of such a dream, if there is no apparent reason for this?
Did you dream that an unusual cold passed through your body and you became uncomfortable and even scared? You may have encountered an otherworldly entity. This meeting usually does not threaten trouble in reality, but leaves not the most pleasant experience.
The cold in a dream, according to the dream book, literally means the coldness of one’s own soul and it is almost impossible to hide from this. Most likely, you simply do not have enough sensitivity and emotionality.
It is not difficult to determine why winter is dreaming in this case. You are probably disappointed in love, and therefore prefer loneliness.
In general, to feel terrible cold means dissatisfaction with life, boredom and disappointment. If you dreamed that you managed to hide from it, this means everything can still change.
The dream interpreters also think that the unpleasant feeling that you happened to feel in a dream symbolizes a very strong resentment. And a dream gives a hint that only warmth of the soul will help change your fate.
Miller's dream book warns that if in a dream you happened to feel a terrible cold, this means you are too irresponsible in reality in your affairs and in life in general. There are people who dream of taking away what belongs to you.
Some dream interpreters considers this an indication of a cold and illness due to hypothermia. In real life, you should not only wrap your legs, but also, if possible, undergo a general medical examination.
In this light, winter is a hint of depression and ailments associated with the spiritual side of the individual. The dream interpretation also connects a dream in which you feel the cold with a premonition of old age and even an imminent death.
Sometimes you can see your loved one showing unusual coldness. This dream is interpreted by the dream book as a harbinger of the impending break.
On the other hand, the cold of a loved one reflects his desire to forget something unpleasant associated with you. If in a dream you had a chance to see a frozen stranger, this means you will have to warm someone up on your chest.
Often in a dream you can feel the cold as an indication of the time of its execution. Moreover, if you saw snow, then this is a clear sign that the events to which you give the decryption will occur at the time when it falls.
Why do people feel cold in different ways?
It has been noticed long ago that people react to cold in different ways: under the same conditions, someone literally trembles from freezing, and someone does not seem to notice that he is cold. Experts decided to find out how a person reacts, for example, to sudden frosts.
According to several studies, people get used to freezing temperatures for about 10 days. During this time, the body establishes thermoregulation, learning to accumulate heat without involuntary muscle contractions (a person stops shivering in the cold) and increases the activity of the so-called brown fat - tissue located in the neck and chest, which is consumed at low ambient temperatures and thus warms a person.
When brown fat has a lot of "work", which is facilitated by regular walks in cold weather in out-of-season clothes or constant bathing in icy water, ordinary white fat is used for its production - the one that is deposited on the hips, stomach and so sadly spoils the figure. It is believed that a daily 2-hour stay in invigorating air for 6 weeks increases the reserves of brown fat in the body significantly and reduces the volume of white fat.
Studies have noted different responses to cold weather in people with different weights and body proportions. The body mass index (ratio of weight for height) in the inhabitants of the north is higher than that of the southerners, and it is likely that the reserves of subcutaneous fat are higher. On the one hand, adipose tissue is a good source of energy for internal heating, on the other hand, it serves as an insulator and helps to keep warm. There is also evidence that a person's reaction to sudden changes in temperature also depends on the place of birth and residence - the body of northerners increases the production of internal heat faster.
On the other hand, a sharp cold change negatively affects the cardiovascular system. At low temperatures, blood vessels constrict, which is why less oxygen enters the heart. As a result, the risk of developing heart attacks and strokes is significantly increased: heart attacks occur 10% more often than on normal days. This is especially true for patients with myocardial infarction.
In addition, older people are less tolerant of cold weather, because with age, the elasticity of blood vessels decreases and the layer of subcutaneous fat which allowed the body to retain heat, becomes thinner. The rate of the body's metabolic response to cold decreases, that is, internal thermoregulation works worse.