Why Do You Forget Your Dreams?

New research in mice has identified a group of neurons that helps reveal why and how the brain forgets dreams, according to Medical News Today. The final stage of sleep is called rapid eye movement or REM, and it’s this stage when your brain does the most dreaming. The report cited new research in mice that suggests the REM sleep stage also contains a period of "active forgetting," which most likely occurs to avoid information overload. The neurons responsible for forgetting are the...

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