Nightmare on Elm Street May Help You Cope With Real Life

No one wants to have nightmares, but maybe you should. A new study published by researchers at the University of Geneva and reported in Study Finds found that these dreams actually help your brain prepare tackle real world stressful situations. Healthy sleep consists of several stages, and you cycle through these stages four to five times during your nightly sleep cycle. In stage 5, you enter rapid eye movement (REM) sleep, where dreaming takes place. Dreaming can serve a number of...

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