Why do we have nightmares when we have a fever?
Temperature influences how your cerebrum works, and fever can deliver waking pipedreams and distinctive symbolism just as bad dreams.
A few people view that as an excess of zesty food prompts bad dreams, and this may likewise be on the grounds that it raises internal heat level. Our temperature differs for the duration of the day and is particularly low not long before the beginning of rest. At that point, during REM (fast eye-development) rest when most dreams happen, temperature control is exceptionally poor.
So having a fever can prompt a lot of higher temperatures than ordinary during REM rest, and it is this that causes the over-action showed in our brains as clear and terrifying dreams.