I’ve heard all kinds of stories from people who claim they work out their emotions in their sleep, or how they’ve come to rely on dreams as an important “survival strategy.” Indeed, I think dreams do serve a role in our survival—otherwise, what would be the point?
A new study shows that 59 percent of participants with tension-type headaches complained of sleep problems as a trigger of those headaches. What can headache-prone people do to help alleviate the pain without napping or throwing off their evening sleep schedules?
He thought there had been a glitch in the system. He thought there had been a mistake. But no, there wasn’t a glitch or a mistake. When Mr. Martin called to check with the people behind the online poker game, he was told that he’d in fact won that extra $1,000 while playing between 4 am and 5 am.
Needless to say, Mr. Martin had no recollection of getting up, getting online, and playing poker in the middle of his sleep. The experienced freaked him out enough that he stopped using the sleep aid.
Is this the norm?