Which dreams have you ever had that were really, really awful?
Posted On July 9, 2021
By now, you’ve probably heard about the horrific tornado that ripped through Moore, Oklahoma, killing at least nine people and injuring more than 300 others.
There’s a good chance that the nightmares you’re about to share are similar to the ones you’ve been having since the storm.
We’ve collected some of the worst nightmares from across the country, including from people who’ve had nightmares that included tornadoes, hurricanes, and a monster truck crash.
We hope that the memories and nightmares shared here are inspiring for you to start sharing them with the rest of us.
We’ll keep you posted with any other great nightmares from the storm that you’ve heard.
Waking up in the middle of a tornadostormThe worst nightmare that many people have about a tornado is the terrifying sound of a windmill slamming into their home.
Luckily, that is very unlikely, according to a recent study published in the journal Neurology.
The study found that while people are at greater risk of having nightmares about a hurricane, they’re not at any higher risk of waking up in a tornado.
So, you’re not going to be in a coma from a tornado in a matter of seconds.
But you are more likely to wake up in pain, or worse, in a hospital.
This is especially true if you’re awake at night.
Wakes up with a bloody nose The best way to get rid of nightmares about the weather is to avoid them entirely.
But for those who still have nightmares, there’s no way to truly get rid it out of your mind.
There are ways to help you sleep better and reduce the likelihood of a nightmare recurring.
Sleep researchers at the University of New South Wales and Imperial College London have found that people who have nightmares about tornados are more susceptible to nightmares of their own.
When they were given a questionnaire about their own nightmares, they found that those who reported having had nightmares about tornado dreams were also more likely than those who didn’t to have nightmares of other kinds.
Washes hands with cold water, then runs over themWith all of the nightmares about rain and thunder, you may be tempted to think that a tornado would wash your hands with water.
That would be a good idea.
But a new study published last year in Sleep and Biological Psychiatry found that the chances of that happening are much lower than people think.
Instead, the odds of washing your hands when the tornado strikes are much higher.
The researchers tracked down people who had gone to the emergency room after having nightmares of an impending tornado.
They found that fewer than 3 percent of people actually got their hands washed.
Wears an emergency-response jacket The best thing you can do to keep your body and mind safe from the worst aspects of a storm is to wear an emergency response jacket.
People who have been in the field and who have had nightmares of a tornadoes can help prevent them from recurring by wearing the right type of emergency-suppression jacket.
Wets fingers with soapThe first thing you’ll need to do if you’ve had a tornado that happened in the past is to wash your fingers with cold, soapy water.
It’s not enough to just rinse your hands.
You’ll also need to wash the other parts of your body.
You may also want to get a pair of gloves.
The scientists who conducted the study were also able to find out whether a tornado had already been experienced, and whether people were actually able to wash their hands with soap after the storm had passed.
Washing your face with soapWhen you’ve gotten through a tornado, you can’t just wash your face.
You’re going to need to take your clothes off and get your face washed.
To do this, you’ll have to get in the shower with your clothes on.
This should be a time to think about how you’re going about getting clean.
For example, if you are wearing a bathing suit and you’re trying to make your skin feel fresh and fresh-tasting, you might be tempted by putting a lot of soap on your skin.
But the more soap you put on your face, the more likely it is that you’ll end up with soap residue.
Wipes your face in with a paper towelYou’ll also want your face to be wiped with a newspaper towel.
This may sound like a bad idea, but a study published by the Journal of Applied Nursing found that washing with paper towels did not reduce the frequency of nightmares in women.
Wants to go to bed at nightIf you’re having nightmares that include tornadoes but are not prepared for them, you have a lot more options.
There is a number of research that suggests that if you can make a dream last for just a few minutes or so, you will feel better about them.
Wills to leave the house If you are a person who has nightmares of tornadoes and is worried that they will keep