Neuroscience: Dreams: Why Can’t We Remember Our Dreams? | LiveScience.com

You spend a third of your life asleep, a good chunk of which involves dreaming. But most often, you don’t remember any of your dreams. And even on those lucky days when you wake up with a memory of the dream still floating in your mind, there’s a good chance that in just a minute the memory will vanish into thin air and back to dreamland.

In waking life, such a case of quickly forgetting recent experiences would surely land you in a doctor’s office. With dreams, however, forgetting is normal. Why?

Click Why Can’t We Remember Our Dreams? for the rest of the article.

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