Speaking of dreams, I often have dreams that involve some sort of movement, being it running, jumping around, walking, climbing or whatever. Funny how I don't actually do sport, while I have tons of dreams that involve physical actions.
The thing I want to mention is that, during almost every single movement sequences beside walking in my dreams, I would feel my brain is a lot quicker than the actual time to the point I perceive the entire dream world all in slow motions. What's more interesting to note is that whenever the slow-mo happens, the sounds are all blurred like I'm wearing ear plugs; I would also feel no pain when I'm in that state even when I'm hit in the face within my dream. And I would slowly become very disoriented, I would start to have somewhat uncontrollable body that just won't move, I would start to lose my sense of direction and my field of view would start getting rather narrowed.
I remember once having a dream where I was fist-fighting someone, but the slow-mo kicked in and I couldn't fight back at all and just getting knocked around without feeling pain nor understanding what was even going on.
If I were to summarise it all in one, I really feel like I am underwater (and had some dope painkillers before diving into the water) during those slow-mo sequences, is there a particular reason to all of this that someone might know?