Nightmares could be ‘turned off’, new research suggests.
Scientists have discovered two genes that are responsible for nightmares and dreams, which both occur during deep sleep, also known as rapid eye movement (REM).
REM occurs in mammals, including humans, and was thought to play an important role in maintaining their wellbeing, as well as storing memories.
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