When your digestive system doesn't Trust You

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These foods can literally Cause you Nightmares

Per an article by Holly Van Hare, at the Daily Meal titled, "These Foods Can Literally Give You Nightmares". After a night of spicy Thai takeout, you might have experienced the consequences to your unconscious — perhaps you wake in a start after dreaming of a plane crash, or cower at the memory of some horrifying monster. Should you blame it on the curry?

While the actual scientific evidence behind the effect of these foods is fuzzy, there has been science that corroborates it: Certain foods could actually cause bad dreams. But spicy foods aren’t the only foods that tend to give people nightmares. A study from 2015, published in the journal Frontiers in Psychology, found associations between types of dreams and three major food groups.

Researchers polled 396 students on their dream types and quality for two weeks. The students were also asked to record dietary habits and patterns. The findings revealed that food really did appear to influence their dreams. Of the study participants, 17.8 percent actually voiced their belief that food impacted their dream life; this proportion was significant, from the researchers’ point of view. Ice cream, for instance, failed to deliver dreams as sweet as each spoonful. Dairy products, including milk, cheese, and ice cream, caused disturbing and bizarre dreams for 44 percent and 39 percent, respectively, of those who believed food had an effect.
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