Tom Holland Is In the Center of the Web

Tom Holland states, "I promise to you that this is real, even though it will sound like total rubbish. "Are you familiar with cognitive dreaming?"

Now that we've been conversing for a few hours, the topic of dreams has come up in conversation, 

as conversations do when they go on for too long. I inform him that I've been having nightmares recently. Fear and anxiety. 

Tom Holland is well knowledgeable about this. He is a really bad sleeper; he even sleepwalks and sleep undresses. ("I wake up completely naked four out of ten times when I sleep.

 In fact, he has a trick for handling nightmares, and since Tom Holland is Tom Holland—the guy who brought back the neighborhood Spider-Man and is just incredibly,

incredibly nice—he is naturally delighted to assist."All right, let me show you how to do it. In essence, your brain functions far more quickly while you're asleep than it does when you're awake.

 I was informed this by Jon Watts, Holland's director of the three Spider-Man films, and it has proven effective

When you turn around in a dream and read something, like a stop sign, the stop sign will look different when you look back at it

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