Scientists have figured out why people forget dreams

According to researchers, when a person falls asleep, the hippocampus, the region of the brain responsible for moving memory from short-term to long-term, is the last to enter “sleep mode”.

According to researchers, when a person falls asleep, the hippocampus, the region of the brain responsible for moving memory from short-term to long-term, goes into “sleep mode” last. He also wakes up after others.

Because of this, a dream, when a person wakes up, does not have time to move from short-term memory to long-term memory. But this can be fixed. To remember the dream, the researchers suggest drinking plenty of water before going to bed so that you can wake up at night and go to the bathroom, keeping your hippocampus running all the time. This, however, will certainly affect the quality of sleep. A more gentle method is to set yourself up to remember an important dream. In some cases, this method can really work, experts say.

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