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Tag Archives: REM sleep
Dream anxiety attacks, nightmares, devils of the dreamland, whatever you want to call them, they are intense, distressful and anxiety provoking. Interestingly it is not always the content of the nightmare that is frightening; it is the experience of the … Continue reading
How is Narcolepsy Diagnosed? Night and Day Testing A person with the symptoms of narcolepsy needs to have testing done in a sleep lab. First they will be required to spend a night being monitored in the lab in order … Continue reading
Lots of people know that dreaming tends to occur during REM sleep. What many people do not realize however, is that when we are in REM sleep our bodies are paralyzed. It’s Mother Nature’s protection mechanism to keep us from … Continue reading
Have you ever seen a child sit bolt upright in bed and start screaming or an adult roll over in a state of confused panic? Chances are they could be experiencing sleep terrors. The intensely distressing fear reactions usually begin … Continue reading
Missing Narcoleptins Cause Narcolepsy – An Important New Discovery in Sleep Disorders Research A recent article by Dr. Emmanuel Mignot of Stanford University reveals that researchers have made a breakthrough in narcolepsy research. The Stanford team discovered that most narcoleptics … Continue reading
“Do you dream in colour?” For most people, this is a hard question to answer. It’s surprising though because colour is everywhere in our waking lives and you would expect it to be everywhere in our dreams. But this omnipresence … Continue reading