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Said who?: Happiness is difficult to measure, but i suspect you are mistaken. People who live in cold climates such as the finns, swedish, russians, nepalese, swiss, and many others might disagree. ...Read more
We're all different: The two are not necessarily related. The causes of snoring can be sinus congestion from cold/allergies, enlarged tonsils or even by the soft posterior "skin" of the upper palate losing elasticity. These may or may not be accompanied by apnea (periods of not breathing). Making noise with the teeth is caused by clenching or grinding (bruxism). This can be stress related and/or TMJ related. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Green tea: Green tea may provide you with relaxation before bed time. Alternatives include camamiel tea and tonin (what you body uses to regulate your biological clock). ...Read more
True: Manipulators ("con men" at the extreme) are often very good at figuring out ("knowing") what other people are feeling, or will feel, but they do not experience the feeling inwardly, themselves, mutually. That is, they lack empathy. They do not experience remorse because they do not feel the pain they inflict on others. They only experience pain that is inflicted on themselves. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Not a problem: Since WWII the colored lenses of traffic lights are disigned so that the color deficient can recognize them without difficulty. Besides, the lights have red on top and green on the bottom. I have seen a couple mounted sideways under bridge overpasses and these have the red left and green right. No one will be confused by traffic lights. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Sleep phase.: Depends on what sleep phase they're in. Those in deep sleep will not move because all of the muscles go limp and the brain is relatively inactive. Those who are moving around are in a lighter phase of sleep. Some people, such as those with sleep apnea, may spend all night in a superficial phase of sleep. ...Read more
Anybody else surround themselves with pillows and blankets when they sleep? What causes this response in people?
This is TOTALLY a: Guess. A few thoughts. The first is that it may lead to sense of feeling more protected.The layers of fabric may allow for that perception. The second thought is that it may feel opulent. The third though is that being in a nest of pillows & blankets may be like swaddling which could mimic comfort of the womb. (yes- that was a bit freudian). Bottom - line, i don't know the actual reason. ...Read more
Extreme sensitivity to repetitive noises like loud bass. Cant sleep with it even quiet. Panic attacks and anxiety feelings. Cause/diagnosis/treatment?
Bodily reaction: Your may be responding in an exaggerated manner, but most people have a somewhat negative reaction to obnoxious bass sounds when they're wanting to sleep. Our bodies respond with a sympathetic nervous system reaction, which includes rapid heart beat and anxiety. Sleep in a quiet room or try earplugs. ...Read more
Many causes: Some people naturally sleep with their eyelids open 1-2 millimeters. Sometimes there is an underlying condition that contributes to poor eyelid closure such as graves' disease or bell's palsy. Sleeping with the eyelids open can lead to dryness of the corneas (exposure keratopathy). An eye exam is important to assess the health of the cornea and determine the proper treatment. ...Read more
Likely: Though it's not an official symptom those with narcissistic personality disorder can have a tendency to talk over people and speak in monologues giving others very little time or room to express their own thoughts and beliefs becaus why should they the narcissist is always right. ...Read more
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