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The Link Between Skipping Sleep and Feeling Giddy
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A conversation with NASA research psychologist — and circadian rhythms expert — Erin Flynn-Evans
A new study opens the door to another set of questions.
For anyone who's ever thought their pooches understood them on a more emotional level.
We're not the only ones in our household that toss, turn and run around in their sleep.
Scientists are digging deeper into the world of lucid dreaming.
Their psychological well-being could depend on it.
Including the radio DJ who kept himself up for 200 hours and the scientist who studied his own stroke.
If the tech takes off, the science of dreaming will never be the same.
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