Birmingham news Piers Morgan freaks out Susanna Reid with recurring dream MetiNews.Com
MetiNews.Com - The GMB hosts were on the show on Wednesday January 13 with Piers grilling Susanna about the dream she experienced
Breaking News ! Susanna Reid left Piers Morgan floored on Good Morning Britain today after sharing she had a NIGHTMARE about him last night. The GMB hosts were on the show on Wednesday January 13 with Piers grilling Susanna about the dream she experienced. Piers said: "Is anybody else getting weird dreams at the moment?" "Yes, I had the weirdest dream last night," said Susanna. "You did?" asked Piers. Susanna said: "Yes I did. I am not going to get into it. But I had the weirdest dream yesterday afternoon. "You were in it." "Really?" giggled Piers, before Susanna replied: "Yes. You were. And I woke up in a cold sweat." "That sounds like my dream - I also woke up in a cold sweat," said Piers. "I think everybody is having these." "It does feel like the beginning of lockdown...
"Because everything just sounded and felt so out of control. Didn't it? It felt like it was on our doorstep and something was going to happen. "And of course it did happen - to many people we know. It does feel odd." Piers said: "I was thinking about it and this is a phenomenon, right? Dr Hilary this is basically anxiety driven, right? I have had some really weird ones. "This is uncertainty driven. You start to have crazy dreams."
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"Yes," said Dr Hilary, adding: "This is due to stress and fears and all those things your brain is trying to deal with through the night." Piers added: "I have had weird recurring ones all my life - all my adult life, anyway. They are pressure related. One is when I am on a beach with a tidal wave suddenly getting bigger and bigger, and as I run up the beach, it gets steeper and steeper. "The other is all my teeth falling out. Again, apparently this is very common. It is quite common to think your teeth are just crunching and falling out." "That is a fear of ageing, isn't it?" asked Susanna.
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