The Alzheimer’s Association credits Lewy body dementia as the third most common type of the brain disease, accounting for up to 10 percent of cases. One terrifying symptom could occur while you sleep.
When you’re tucked up in bed, dozing off into dreamland, you may have vivid dreams, but you’re likely to stay put – in bed.
Unless, of course, you’ve begun to act out your dreams, which is recognised as a REM sleep disorder.
HelpGuide added that you may physically move your limbs, sleep, talk, scream, hit or even get out of bed and engage in other daytime activities.
Source Daily Express :: Health Feed