Many dreams can be dreamed during the night and a person rarely remembers all of them. Some people remember more or less dreams. It depends on various factors, on the content of dreams, on what phase of sleep the person woke up in, on his psychological state and other various reasons
Strange question, personally I - yes. There are many reasons for this, now let's talk about everything in order. Firstly, an ordinary person dreams from 2 to 5 dreams per night, provided that he sleeps at least 6 or 7 hours. Most simply don't remember them. Why doesn't he remember them? Because he does not try to remember, of course, sometimes the most vivid dreams are remembered, but these are only 1/100 of those dreams that we see. How to develop the skill of remembering dreams and what will it give? To develop this skill, you need to keep a dream diary; waking up in the morning, you must always have this diary nearby in order to immediately write down all your dreams, because after awakening, we remember our dreams exactly, but then, gradually, we forget them. Over time, you will remember and remember more and more dreams. As a result, most likely, you even become aware in a dream! In general, a dream diary is needed only for practitioners of lucid dreams, and as a person who kept a dream diary, I do not see any benefit in this. Is that entertainment and interest satisfaction. Another question, the question of the benefits of lucid dreams.