Listen to Julian from D news go into depth on what parts of the brain are active during dreams and nightmares.
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The Anatomy of the brain is pretty complex, but don't worry, listen to Julian from D news go Into depth on what parts of the brain are active during dreams and nightmares.
dreams and nightmares happened during R E M. The last step in the sleep cycle before it starts over during R E M, your brain becomes much more active than when you're in deep sleep. Your amygdala in your temporal cortex starts humming along during R E M, and that little guy is responsible for processing memory decisions and emotional reactions. Some areas have even more activity than when you're awake, like the hippocampus, which is the storage center of memory and emotions and parts of your cortex, particularly your temporal and occipital lobes. These regions handle sensory input and visual information, respectively. There's also some spikes in some fast wavelengths likely caused by the cortex communicating with thalamus, which is thought to be a hub for information sharing.