Vitamin B6 may help you remember your dreams4/8/2012
Ever wake up from a totally engrossing dream, only to find within minutes you can only remember tiny fragments? By breakfast, the whole thing is gone. According to an article at 1o9.com, there may be hope for the dream-deprived among us in vitamin B6, which has been shown in a study to bolster the "vividness, bizarreness, emotionality, and color" of dreams, aiding in retention. The thought is that B6 helps convert the amino acid tryptophan into serotonin, which lets the brain "wake up" during REM sleep and better process what it is seeing. So go ahead, take your B6. And let the vivid images of going to class naked haunt you all day!
Do you typically remember your dreams?