Subjects in a Chinese study dreamt about threatening situations more often than usual during the coronavirus outbreak in February. Photo: Shutterstock Subjects in a Chinese study dreamt about threatening situations more often than usual during the coronavirus outbreak in February. Photo: Shutterstock
Subjects in a Chinese study dreamt about threatening situations more often than usual during the coronavirus outbreak in February. Photo: Shutterstock

Coronavirus: Chinese dreamers saw Covid-19 as a threat, not an illness, study says

  • Researchers analysed the dream content of 100 people – mostly students – during the height of the outbreak in China
  • ‘The more people encounter threatening experiences in waking life, the more likely they are to report dreams about threatening events,’ paper says

Topic |   Health in China
Subjects in a Chinese study dreamt about threatening situations more often than usual during the coronavirus outbreak in February. Photo: Shutterstock Subjects in a Chinese study dreamt about threatening situations more often than usual during the coronavirus outbreak in February. Photo: Shutterstock
Subjects in a Chinese study dreamt about threatening situations more often than usual during the coronavirus outbreak in February. Photo: Shutterstock
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