This sleep disorder called exploding head Syndrome is a very rare form of auditory hallucination. It is a parasomnia in which subjects experience a loud bang in their head similar to the explosion of a bomb, a cymbal clash, the ringing of a bell or an earthquake. The sound is garbled and seems to come […]
Bulimia or anorexia nervosa significantly interfere with sleep. In fact, most people with eating disorders suffer also from sleep disorders. According to statistics, about one patient (bulimic or anorexic) out of every two at least has sleep disorders.
Sleepwalking is more common in children than in adults, this sleep disorder is more likely to occur when one is deprived of sleep. The urban legend says that waking a sleepwalker can trigger a heart attack, which is a misconception, because if you wake a sleepwalker, what happens is exactly the same as you wake […]
This is called the free-running or Non-24-hour sleep–wake disorder ( non-24 or hypernycthéméral) syndrome, a disorder that causes a chronic sleep trouble provoking a delay or an advance of 1 to 2 hours of the biological clock each day. Because of this disorder, the circadian clock no longer coincides with the cycle of the day […]