Can blind people see their dreams? BA for this
even a normal person dreams when he's blind at sleep.
Yes, blind people do dream - and you might be interested to know that the dreams of the visually-impaired have been the subject of a lot of psychological research. Think about it, and you'll realize that the differences between people can tell us a lot about how things work. If we can understand how the dreams of the visually-impaired differ from the dreams of the non-impaired, it can tell us an awful lot about the underlying physical and mental process of dreaming.
Some of the most common research findings about the dreams of the visually-impaired include: (Kirtley, 1975)
1. There are no visual images in the dreams of those born without any ability to experience visual imagery in waking life.
2. Individuals who become blind before the age of five seldom experience visual imagery in their dreams.
3. Those who become sightless between the ages of five and seven may or may not retain some visual imagery.