The Japanese company Takara, which invented decoders to help you understand what your cat and dog are "saying," has invented a product which lets you create you own dreams.

The first step is recording your future dream by describing it to a special tape recorder. When you’re asleep, the recorder senses when your body is having periods of rapid eye movement (REM) sleep, which is when people dream, then it plays the recording, along with appropriate lights, music and smells. Takara’s Kenji Hattori says, "Some said the theme was right, but the story-line was wrong. Some said the noise woke them up. But it has worked for quite a number of people."
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Do our dreams give us messages from our bodies about health problems we may not be aware of? The ancient Greeks thought that dreams contained information that could be used to diagnose disease. With some diseases, specific dreams are more likely to occur; however, people who have the most severe cases of these diseases often say they don’t dream at all.
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