Sleep plays such a vital role in good health and well-being throughout our life. You’ve definitely given us some food for thought; thats a great question!
I’d encourage you to view the Sleep Health group here, on Connect: http://mayocl.in/2oVAlwA. Feel free to read through the discussions, and if you wish, post your message there.
Mentors @hopeful33250@IndianaScott@kariulrich@sandytoes14 along with @jackleg @knoxparalegal have all discussed different “types” of dreams at night that might disrupt sleep, and may cause physical problems, and I’m certain they will join in to share their experiences.
Here is some information from Mayo Clinic about how melatonin, (hormone produced in the brain), may benefit people during sleep, with indigestion and acid reflux disease: http://mayocl.in/2m2Gsxf
@wpshooter, have you noticed if these dreams occur when you may be especially fatigued?