Analyzing our dreams is worthwhile because through them we can experience direct contact with our subconscious. Our subconscious has a better memory and stronger reactions than our conscious and can warn us about diseases even before the 1st symptoms appear.
The most common symbol in dreams that's linked to health is the house. Metaphorically, each room in it represents the different organ systems in our body.
The kitchen is the place where we prepare our food and when we have a dream in this room we most likely have digestive problems or are simply on a diet.
If you dream that you're feasting on delicious food but are on a strict food diet in reality, the dream is a way for the subconscious to make up for what it's missing in reality.
Be sure to visit the doctor if you dream of spoiled food because this may be a sign of digestive problems. If the food is fresh and looks tasty there's nothing to worry about.
Steps in a dream symbolize the spinal cord and the harder it is for you to climb them, the more serious the problems you have with your spinal cord.
The bathroom signifies the excretory system and is a sign that you need to check on the health of your urinary tract.
The bedroom is linked to sleep and sex, while a dream taking place in a bedroom reveals how satisfied you are with your bed rest and sexual relations.
Ceilings and roofs are associated with the brain and if you have a nightmare related to them, make a doctor's appointment.
If, in a dream, you become breathless or travel with the feeling that you can't get get enough air, it's likely you have a problem with your lungs.
Dreams of quarrels and arguments that you futilely try to avoid indicate that you'll get sick from the flu.
Wounds and being buried by dirt in a dream are a sign that you may be suffering from cardiovascular diseases.