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The Link Between Skipping Sleep and Feeling Giddy
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They see doom and gloom everywhere.
Thanks to an unlikely ingredient: pot.
It all comes down to a question of chronotype and a little something called the "morning morality effect."
Today, nightmare disorder is a diagnosable condition. Until the 1800s, however, we were still blaming demons.
Sporadic bursts of neurons, it turns out, help us simultaneously store and learn information.
Researchers propose the first psychological theory to explain why bad dreams and self-harm go hand-in-hand.
Sleep deprivation and Insomnia are different disorders, and scientists have made more progress scanning the sleep-deprived brain.
It may be true, but despite what other outlets say, there is no new "study" to back this up yet.
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