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Postby Dr. Solona Danako » December 9th, 2021, 8:40 am

But there is some research that suggests that while eating higher-energy evening meals can raise our night-time body temperature, this doesn't necessarily translate into a poorer night's sleep. Increased body temperature, however, is known to affect our dreams in other ways though. Fevers have long been associated with vivid dreams and hallucinations. Studies of fever dreams have suggested that they tend to be more bizarre than other dreams.

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