Michael Q. Bullerdick
Dream-cations, sleep-learning and Zzz-inducing technology are just a few decades away, according to people who spend their time theorizing about the future.
It was a simpler time.
For this indigenous Amazon people, much of life revolves around the practice of dreaming. It's a deep tradition that's shaped their society — and helped keep them safe — for thousands of years.
In September, an Indian High Court trial will meet to determine whether a politically influential Hindu guru is dead or merely in a deep, sleep-like meditative state. The winner will be awarded his body and, likely, $170 million fortune.
And it factored greatly into their day-to-day lives.
Before you reach for those pills, you might consider one of these three alternative therapies, which are proven to help the sleepless achieve sweet dreams.
No, this isn't a pleasant tour. But, as some well-informed cartoon soldiers once told us, knowing is half the battle.
Before the Chordettes sang about him, the bringer of dreams was a menacing figure who threatened to mutilate children. Here's a look at his twisted evolution.
The author of "The Sleepwalk Killers: The Nightmare Truth About Violence During Sleep" discusses the complex and frightening world of somnambulant crimes.
A conversation with the authors of "The Informed Parent: A Science Based Resource For Your Child's First Four Years."
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