It came up on another thread. I’m really fascinated by how our dreams change, mirroring our lives in sometimes weird ways.
Usually my anxiety dreams take two forms, Either I’m outside the exam room knowing I haven’t bothered to read any of the books or I’m trying to call 999 but there’s something wrong with the numbers on the phone.
But since CV my anxiety dreams have changed to being somewhere where there are too many people, too close!
Two nights ago I had a dream that I was in the street with my mum, on the estate where she lives. Suddenly, she fell over. We went to the nearest house, hoping they would let me phone someone to come and get us, but the man who lived there wouldn't let us in, and was really unfriendly. I woke up at that point and realized that his behaviour was what you would expect of someone trying to avoid contact through fear of getting the virus and that the dream was no coincidence.
That's the only Covid-related dream that I have had though, as far as I am aware,