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The dream is a physiological state of unconsciousness during which there is a decrease in motor activity, sensory and mental alertness.
It is an active process with changes in bodily and mental functions, which involves intense brain activity and involves higher cortical function. All these hormonal changes, biochemical and metabolism are essential for proper functioning during wakefulness.
During this stage, the baby recovers energy, with a protein synthesis and cell regeneration, production of growth hormone and substances important for immunity. These phases have a maturational evolution from the fetal stage into adulthood. In the dream, children mature nervous system and regulate the growth of their organs. Read the rest of this entry »