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Collected Item: “Dreams in Quarantine”

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Dreams in Quarantine

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Screenshot of a Meme taken from iFunny

Tell us a story; share your experience. Describe what the object or story you've uploaded says about the pandemic, and/or why what you've submitted is important to you.

I normally don't remember my dreams, but since quarantine has started I've either been having weird dreams or have just not been sleeping well at all. After speaking with friends and family to see if they have experienced something similar, it seems to be across the board that everyone's sleep patterns have changed. In doing some research, apparently it's enough of a noticeable impact that scientists are investigating what is happening.

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#sleep, #quarantine, #dreams,

Who originally created this object? (If you created this object, such as photo, then put "self" here.)

Joey Dorion took the screenshot of the meme

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