Having problems sleeping can be one of the most frustrating disorders a person has to deal with. Find out why sleep-talking is not considered to be a medical condition and more with help from a psychologist in this free video series on sleep problems.
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When a person jumps in their sleep, these movements are called myoclonic twitches, and it's theorized that these are caused by a body that relaxes too quickly or a brain… Read More
Seizures during sleep are an uncommon occurrence, but nocturnal seizures do exist, and they usually cause the person to wake up with a headache and a feeling of nausea or… Read More
Common over-the-counter sleep aids include antihistamines, such as Tylenol PM, but it's important to consult a physician or psychiatrist before using such medications. Find out why over-the-counter medications may not… Read More
Sleep apnea is caused by airways that are being blocked by a tongue that relaxes, and other contributing factors include a person being overweight and a person sleeping on their… Read More