REM sleep is the fifth stage of sleep and it’s when dreaming occurs. During this stage, your eyes will move rapidly and there’s surge in brain activity. But a new study has shown that as the amount of REM sleep declines, the risk of dementia increases.
A combined team of researchers from the University of Cambridge and Ecole Normale Supérieure, a research institution in Paris, have found that even during sleep, our brain can still classify words. According to the researchers, when people practice simple word classification tasks before nodding off—knowing that a "cat" is an animal or that "flipu" isn't found in the dictionary, their brains still continue to make those classifications even in the unconscious state of mind.
Have you observed how some people can remember their dreams so well after waking up almost every morning while for others remembering a dream is a rare incident.
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