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Dreaming your partner is cheating on you? This and other common dreams explained by expertDream specialist Delphi Ellis explains the meanings behind some dreams tell us about yours and it may be analysed14:13, 14 OCT 2014Updated12:27, 6 DEC 2017Are you losing sleep? Our most common dreams explained by expert Delphi Ellis (inset) Get daily updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeThank you for subscribing!Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailHave you ever had an awful dream in which your partner cheated on you? Apparently you’re not alone, as it’s one of the five most common things our minds play out in sleep.Dreams can be mundane, surreal, or even verge on terrifying. It is thought that we typically have several a night, each lasting between five and 20 minutes, although we tend to forget most of them.But how can we explain the ones we do remember? It is often our insecurities about our age, lifestyle, partners’ infidelities and career choices which cause us to live out our fears in our sleep as we lose teeth, feel lost in unfamiliar places and fall from heights.Falling “Do you remember the story of Alice falling down the rabbit hole in Wonderland? Your dreams take you on a journey every night, and to dream of falling depends very much on how you experience it.”If you’re enjoying the sensation of falling, you’re most likely relishing the feeling of not knowing where the latest adventure in your life takes you.””If you dislike it, chances are you’re feeling out of control and don’t know what’s next.”Either way, the dream can highlight that changes are ahead and the future to some extent is unknown.”Being chased “This dream usually represents anxiety that something is catching up with you. If you know what’s chasing you in the dream, this gives you a clue as to where the problem lies; however many people just know they’re being chased or sense a presence coming to get them.”It may be that you have some unfinished business with someone or you’re worried that the past is somehow influencing your present.””This doesn’t mean you’ve done anything wrong; many people today feel they’re not ‘good enough’ in many areas of their life.”If you’re having this dream, perhaps you worry you’ll be replaced by someone or something ‘better’ at work or at home.”Having affairs “I’m often approached by people who have dreamt their partner is cheating and are worried their subconscious is trying to communicate this to them.”Whilst it’s fair to say we receive messages from our subconscious on many levels, this dream usually suggests a fear a partner will cheat, rather than evidence they’re actually doing that.””This is particularly the case where someone has been unfaithful in the past in real life, reflecting an insecurity it could happen again. The dream is most common, ironically, when the relationship is going well.”If in doubt, put the elephant in the room and talk with your partner about it. If nothing is going on, they’ll gladly reassure you that you have nothing to worry about.”Losing teeth “This is a really common dream, the interpretation of which is steeped in traditional meaning.