Can the colored fantasy world of the maladjusted dream be cured? Do you spend endless hours daydreaming? Are you addicted to this? Are you suffering from maladaptive daydreaming?
The concept or state of mind of the maladaptive dream is projected by Eli Somer, Ph.D. He defined this as “a state in which a person dreams or imagines as a psychological response to a prior trauma or abuse.” What if! You can try to daydream misfits, although there are no prescription drugs for it. You can treat it using your willpower, self-discipline and determination to avoid doing it. While a person is daydreaming, he does not realize that he has a problem, but only when he communicates with others and spends time with them, will he realize that his thoughts are not realistic and that he needs control of reality.
We all dream! So, if it is such a commonly experienced phenomenon, why does one really need to treat it? The treatment of daydreaming in excess is important because maladaptive daydreaming can affect an individual in many adverse ways. First let’s look at the effects of maladaptive reverie.
Moving away from reality: people who suffer from maladaptive dreams tend to move away from reality. This does not mean that they suffer from schizophrenia or paranoia, but it means that they prefer to remain in a state of daydreaming and believe that things are similar in reality. This can be counterproductive when you get married or start working, since things will not go according to your will.
Non-social behavior: most of the time, the maladjusted dreamers prefer to stay in the state of daydreaming instead of meeting people and interacting with them.
It affects your daily life: it can affect you in your daily life, since you could not concentrate on your work and if you have become addicted to daydreaming, then you could hamper your routine work daydreaming when you are at home. the medium of something and lose the link. Therefore, maladaptive sleep must be stopped!
Repetitive movements: it has been found that all maladaptive diadreamers have a common feature of repeating some movements such as walking, swinging, touching something, moving the hands or feet, swinging and rocking.
Expression during daydreaming: the misfit dreamers give expressions such as smiling, laughing, crying or any facial expression while daydreaming.
Hours dedicated to daydreaming: if you can spend hours daydreaming, then it is certainly not normal. Daydreaming for a small time is not dangerous and does not require treatment.
Difficulty to go to sleep: a maladaptive dreamer faces difficulties to sleep.
Difficulty getting out of bed once awake: Those who suffer from maladjusted dreams have difficulty getting out of bed once they wake up. They stay in bed and begin to dream, without realizing it.
Listening to music: Going into a trance listening to music is another thing, but people who suffer from maladjusted dreams unleash their dreams when they listen to music. This is one of the most common triggers experienced by people.
Keep busy: keep busy and absorbed in productive things. Plan your day well and follow a schedule. Take a long-lost hobby, such as dancing, singing or practicing a sport and developing it. It will help you to get rid of daydreaming.
Avoid the triggers: to avoid the things that trigger your dreams, you must first find out what triggers your daydreaming. Once you know it, simply avoid them. If a particular movement triggers daydreaming for you, the moment you realize that you are doing it, stop and divert your mind to something else.
Keep a reality check: keeping a control of reality I mean reminding yourself that all you do is daydreaming and that it is not doing you any good. Tell yourself that “everything you feel is NOT REAL”. Once the brain and mind are aware of the difference between reality and dreams, it will automatically bring them to reality.
Stop / control your mind: daydreaming can be very enjoyable and addictive, but you should avoid it. Your life is under your control, so train and teach your brain to listen and obey your commands. Do not let your heart or your brain rule your head; always keep them in balance.
Trust someone: One of the main reasons why misfit is incurred is because a person has no one to talk to and share their emotions with. Talk to a friend or your people and let them know how you feel. You feel better when you know that people really love you and love you.
Pray: Pray for me is not about chanting a particular prayer or addressing a particular god. According to me, prayer is a way in which one tries to communicate with that power that contemplates us. Just pray and you can also trust in this divine force. Prayers have scientifically proven that they provide positive energy and positive thoughts. Healthy prayer!
You are not the only one: do not feel left out or punished for this. Understand that it is a very common experience and many people face the same problem as you. However, they are living with that or they are fighting. You always have an option.
“Remember that everyone you know is afraid of something, loves something and has lost something.” ~ H. Jackson Brown, Jr.
Consult a therapist: if you think you need guidance and you have not found anyone who can understand you, consult a therapist and take your unbiased advice.
Love yourself: it is very important to love yourself. It does not mean to be obsessed with oneself, but it means that you value yourself and respect yourself. Take care of your needs and do not neglect your priorities and make yourself happy.
Socialize: stay in touch with your friends and other people you like. Go out with them, talk to them and stay connected. Do not isolate yourself because talking to others will keep you grounded, involved and busy.
Let go of the past: this is something we should all do. Regardless of whether you have a problem or not, forgive and forget (what I agree is difficult) helps create a healthy mind. Withholding past experiences will only prevent you from moving forward. Therefore, move forward and live your life.
Keep in mind that there is no medical treatment as such to treat the problem of maladaptive daydreams, since their research is still in an incipient stage. Therefore, healing is totally in your hands. Then accept your problem and let it go.
“You can not let go of anything if you can not notice that you are holding it in. Admit your ‘weaknesses’ and see how they become your greatest strengths.” ~ Neale Donald Walsch