Dream More – Your Hopes are marinated in your Limbic system

What Dreams Are Made Of…

Studies suggested that the prefrontal cortex, which is a region located in the front part of the brain, plays a role in generating and maintaining hope. Other studies have also implicated the limbic system, which is a complex network of structures in the brain that includes the amygdala, hippocampus, and other regions involved in emotional processing.

Ultimately, the exact neural correlates of hope are likely to be complex and multifaceted, and may involve multiple brain regions and neural pathways.

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