"If You Have These Types of Dreams, You Could Be at Risk for Dementia.
Whether or not you tend to remember your dreams, everyone can recall that most terrifying nightmare. Maybe you were being chased by someone or something. Or you were late for a big exam. Or all your teeth fell out. Whatever it was, you probably woke up in a panic, only to realize (with enormous relief) that it was just a dream. But if you tend to have scary dreams often—and, even more telling, if you frequently scream, kick, or thrash around in your sleep—your brain could be at risk. Don’t let these 13 bizarre facts about dreams keep you up at night."
"Frequent nightmares could be caused by REM sleep behavior disorder (RBD), a condition that causes patients to physically act out violent dreams. Researchers have found that more than 80 percent of RBD patients eventually develop a neurological disease, such as Parkinson’s or dementia. Learn the 16 habits that increase your dementia risk."
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