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Why Do People Jump In Their Sleep
No: I'm a psychiatrist. I, like my colleagues, don't want to lock people up in hospitals... Communities pay for the staff and build hospitals to maintain mental health in their communities. The communities, don't want the behaviors outside of a locked unit. Frankly, i don't think patients in the locked units want their behaviors either and feel happier leaving it all behind before being discharge. ...Read more
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
Genetic factors,: And personal experiences may lead to this, besides certain personality disorders. I m not sure if you ask this because you have or not so much. In any case, for a more specific answer, you can rephrase your question. ...Read more
Bacteria: Bacteria produce acids that make holes in teeth. By the time you can see damage by looking in a mirror, the problem has been there for a long time and getting more complex to treat. I know that there are many fine general dentists in the chalfont, pa area. Please call one for an examination if you are concerned about this. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
No: Not if the person is truly in coma. Coma includes lack of responsiveness to internal as well as external stimuli, except for maintenance of basic functions, which even so are not well-regulated. Eeg in coma shows activity which is not associated with dreaming. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Recurring depression: Some people have a biological predisposition to have depression and are more likely to have repeated depressive episodes. For others, they encounter stressful situations multiple times in their lives that lead to the symptoms. There are can be a combination of both. For those that have had a depressive episode, there is a 50% chance to have a second. If you have had 3, there is a 90% of a 4th. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Depends.: It depends on the type of noise. It could be normal dreams, sinus problem or people with obstructive sleep apnea will make noises, gasping for air as they have a very difficult time breathing or inhaling enough throughout the night. This is a serious medical condition that should be determined and addressed appropriately as this places extreme stress on the body. See a physician for evaluation. ...Read more
How come kids don't snore but adults do? What changes happen to make us snore and why are some people louder than others?
Kids do snore too: But reasons for snoring in kids are bit different, although overweight/obesity with more fat deposition in the neck area is the main reason adults snore, in kids this is less common than enlarged adenoids that can block the airways partially and cause snoring. Either way, weight reduction if overweight/obese at any age is needed to control snoring together with treating the enlarged adenoids ...Read more
Happens to all: You are apparently tall yourself. Tall people have no greater incidence of bad coordination than do average or short people. This is widely distributed. Those with a lack of coordination can take training with sports medicine experts to improve that if that is important. ...Read more
Why do people feel a lot pleasure when their favorite sports team wins even though they have nothing to do with the victory?
Fans: People like to feel connected to the team they support. They are happy when they win and sad when they lose. That's what it means to be a fan. ...Read more
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