A scientific study found that women experience nightmares more than men, and their dreams are of an emotional nature.
The study included 170 male and female volunteers, who were asked to record their impressions of their latest dreams.
19% of the male sample reported that their nightmares paid attention during their sleep, compared to 30% of the females.
Other studies have shown that women's sleep is more disruptive compared to men's sleep.
The reason for this is due to several factors, including changes in body temperature due to the menstrual cycle.
"It has become known that women have dreams of trouble before the menstruation," said Dr. Jennifer Parker of the University of West England, a lecturer in psychology.
"But what is new in the latest study is the high number of cases of disturbing dreams in women, compared to men."
Females of the study sample were more susceptible to painful dreams that were subject to disturbing events, such as the vision of a loved one.
Dr. Chris Edzikowski, director of the Resurge Sleep Center, says he was not surprised by the study's conclusion that showed the importance of the sex factor to identifying differences in this area, but he believes it is difficult to determine whether women are more likely to have nightmares than men, or they remember their visions more than Male.
He adds that there are many nightmares in our lives, but there is little talk about them because we seek to erase them by forgetting them. Resurge Reviews