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Night Eating: It's More Common Than You Think
Sleep Physician & Director, Melbourne Sleep Disorders Centre. ...
People can have a sense of being hungry before bed and not able to get to sleep without eating something, or can wake in the morning to find the signs of a carbohydrate binge in the kitchen with no recollection of what has occurred during the night.
This Is What Life With Sexsomnia Is Like (And Why It Can Be Dangerous)
The sleep disorder can have traumatic consequences.
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11 True-Life Stories That Explain What It's Really Like To Sleepwalk
6 Things No One Tells You About Sleepwalking
Coping With the Sleep Disorders Expected After the Sandy Hook Shooting
Qanta Ahmed, MD
Author, 'In the Land of Invisible Women'
Without doubt, parents, teachers, neighbors, first responders and all of the bereaved are likely already dealing with acute sleep disorders, including insomnia, as the shock of the event fades into insurmountable grief.
A Huffington Post Guide To Parasomnia Sleep Disorder
Expert Tips For Battling Parasomnia Sleep Disorder
Sleep Paralysis: You're Awake, But You Can't Move
Dr. Michael J. Breus
Clinical Psychologist; Board Certified Sleep Specialist
The cause of sleep paralysis isn't known. But it appears likely that many instances of sleep paralysis occur because of difficulty transitioning between different sleep stages, particularly moving in and out of REM sleep.
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