New Study Finds Frequent Nightmares Could Indicate Dementia Later In Life

Nightmares are bad enough, but this news makes them even scarier … 

A new study says they may be a warning sign that you’ll develop dementia later in life.

In the study, people between the ages of 35 and 64 who had bad dreams at least once a week were four times more likely to experience cognitive decline in the following decade. And it was much more prevalent in men -- they were five times more likely, vs. just a 41% greater likelihood in women.

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