Bad dreams in middle age could be sign of dementia risk, study suggests

Research finds people who had them at least once a week were four times more likely to experience cognitive decline

People who experience frequent bad dreams in middle age may experience a faster rate of cognitive decline and be at higher risk of dementia as they get older, data suggests.

If confirmed, the research could eventually lead to new ways of screening for dementia and intervention to slow the rate of decline.

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