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Dream Analysis

One of the most common websites we all end up visiting, whether we realize it or not, has to do with analyzing our dreams.

Why did we dream that our best friend killed us? What does it mean that our teeth all fell out in last night's dream? Is our dead relative actually visiting us when they appear in dreams?

Gregory Pappas / Bruce Christianson
Gregory Pappas / Bruce Christianson

What Our Dreams Mean

According to an article in Women's Health, every dream we have does have a deeper meaning, we just need to know where to look for it. For example, the article mentions dreams of teeth falling out either relate to us caring about how other people see us, or fears of aging.

The article does point out that while searching, if you read a meaning that doesn't hit home for you, then it's not the right meaning and you need to keep searching.

Most Common Dream by State

Recently, like some websites do, USBettingReport.com put together a list of the most-searched dreams that were Google searched over the last 12 months. According to their research, the most common dreams of people throughout the country is a mix of either aliens, dentists, dreams in Spanish.

But when broken down by state, the results look a lot different.


While most Granite Staters dream of their teeth falling out and most Massh*les (sorry, but there's no better term for Massachusetts residents -- it's a term of endearment, really) dream about aliens the most (which is interesting since Maine is one of the states with the most UFO sightings in the country), Mainers are totally different.

Because the most common dream in Maine, according to USBettingReport.com, is getting pregnant.

Getting Pregnant Dreams

According to InStyle, dreams about getting pregnant relate to a new area of your personality or a new idea you have hatching and starting to come to the forefront.

So, basically, the dream world has just confirmed that nobody grows as humans more than Mainers, and Maine is the home of nonstop genius ideas.

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