How does each state of sleep contributes to learning and memory?
crazy dreams may help the brain consolidate our experiences and learn from them
Crazy dreams occur in rapid-eye movement (REM) sleep.
It is the stage of sleep when the brain is most active.
During non-REM, the brain replays the sensory stimuli we experience while we are awake
This dovetail into spontaneous bursts of brain activity that produce vivid dreams in REM sleep.
REM sleep creates new GANs, generating twisted but realistic versions.
non-REM sleep phase was more sensitive to sensory fluctuations.
The next time you’re having crazy dreams,this means your brain is organizing your experiences.
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