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  1. There are a number of factors that affect the brightness and duration of dreams. In cities, we often overwork, breathe polluted air in stuffy rooms, and wake up to the noise of cars outside the window.

    Often we experience stress, from which we run away to rest in the mountains, because all diseases are caused by nerves. In the mountains, the air is not just clean, the oxygen content in it is reduced. Under stress, we start to breathe more often, which leads to hyperventilation. Because of the excess oxygen, the level of carbon dioxide in the blood decreases, which leads to a spasm of the blood vessels of the brain. Mountain air in conditions of reduced atmospheric pressure allows you to align the mechanisms of the body, breathing becomes deeper and more measured, which makes dreams brighter, clearer, longer and more interesting.

    In addition, the amount of air in the mountains per person is not limited, so it is unlikely to become stuffy and hot. Sounds and smells also make our dreams brighter. Since the sounds and smells in the mountains are most close to the biological nature of a person, it is possible to achieve deep relaxation and feel harmony.

    There is a guy in Slovakia, Simon Trnka, who often goes to the mountains near his hometown at night because of insomnia. He admits that it has become much easier for him to fall asleep, his dreams are pleasant and colorful, and the dawn in the mountains gives him a boost of energy for the whole day. He also makes beautiful photos from the mountains that you can get inspired and enjoy.�

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