Study: The key to remembering your dreams might be the blood flow in your brain

How often, and how well, do you remember your dreams? Some people seem to be super-dreamers, able to recall effortlessly their dreams in vivid detail almost every day. Others struggle to remember even a vague fragment or two. Robert Stickgold, associate professor of psychiatry at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, and Deirdre Barrett, assistant clinical professor of psychology at Cambridge Health Alliance, are quoted.

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