'My intensive care dreams were crazy'
Group set up to help patients with 'frightening' ICU dreams
Group set up to help patients with 'frightening' ICU dreamsClose
A peer support group has been set up for survivors of intensive care at a south-west London hospital.
The idea is to help patients come to terms with their experiences - both of being close to death and with the flashbacks and vivid dreams they experienced while in drug-induced comas.
The group at St Helier Hospital in Sutton encourages patients to talk about the dreams they had with those who had a similar experience.
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