SDG 03: Good Health and Well-Being

Nightmares are a good predictor of future dementia. Here's why

Having frequent bad dreams and nightmares may be linked with an increased risk of developing dementia. Image: Unsplash/Alexander Grey

Abidemi Otaiku

NIHR Academic Clinical Fellow in Neurology, University of Birmingham


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The link between nightmares and later dementia was much stronger in men than in women. Image: LightField Studios/Shutterstock

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