Dementia eliminates the ability to daydream, sufferers are “stuck in the moment”

19 February 2019 – New Atlas

A new study has revealed patients suffering from a specific kind of early-onset dementia may have completely lost the ability to daydream and seem “stuck in the moment“.

Daydreaming, whether about the past or plans for the future is something many of us take for granted.


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