Have there been people in history with such disabilities that influenced their dreams in a very unusual way? (for example, a person remembered dreams in the smallest detail)

Have there been people in history with such disabilities that influenced their dreams in a very unusual way? (for example, a person remembered dreams in the smallest detail)

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Answer 1
May, 2021

I dream every night and remember each one. I wake up and remember all the smallest details, I immediately retell it to someone or write it down, because most often I dream of an extremely enchanting heresy. Then, of course, something is forgotten, but if someone reminds me, or if I find a couple of words about some dream in my notebook, I immediately remember everything, everything, everything. I feel dreams so realistically that sometimes I "go away" for a very long time. There are panic attacks, if I dreamed of something terrible, or unbearable melancholy up to hysteria when I dream about my first love.

Answer 2
May, 2021

There was a very interesting case in practice. The patient, from birth, remembers every second of his life. This patient could calmly relate in great detail what happened to him, what he was wearing, what he ate, what he looked at yesterday, 10-20 years ago.

Normally, memories are stored in long-term memory in the right frontal lobe of the brain. But, in such patients, the left frontal lobe of the brain, which is usually responsible for the tongue, and the occipital part of the brain, which stores visual memories, are also involved. Unfortunately, such a unique memory mainly stores only memories of oneself and when memorizing any useful information, it does little to help. The pathology is very rare, and there are just over 20 people worldwide.

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