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What Do Falling Dreams Mean? The Answer Is Eye-Opening

Have you ever woken up from a dream where you tripped or fell? How often do you continue to have falling dreams? It's actually incredibly common. It's considered to be one of the most typical dreams experienced by the human population. According to the Huffington Post, a falling dream usually means you feel you have lost control of your life.

Whether it's work, a relationship, school, or finances, if you feel like you're losing control of something, it could be what's provoking you to create those thoughts while you sleep. You may have reached a point where the aspect in your life you have little jurisdiction over is really bothering you.

If your falling dreams are recurring, the best thing you can do is address your problem. As soon as you gain some more authority, they will likely go away. And remember, you're not alone! Falling dreams are a regular occurrence.

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