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A nightmare, also called a bad dream, is an unpleasant dream that can cause a strong ... Another study researching the causes of nightmares focuses on patients suffering from sleep apnea. The study ...

Study analyzes content of nightmares, bad dreams -- ScienceDaily

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Jan 28, 2014 ... According to a new study, nightmares have greater emotional impact than bad dreams do, and fear is not always a factor. In fact, it is mostly ...

Nightmare Help | International Association for the Study of Dreams

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Nightmares and what you can do about them nighmare_pagebtn. Nightmares are very common following a traumatic event. Whether they picture the traumatic ...

A Bad Dream Is More Than Just A Dream: The Science Of Nightmares

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Mar 31, 2015 ... A 2014 study published in the journal Sleep Medicine found blind people have four times more nightmares than those with vision. The study ...

Nightmares | Psychology Today

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Isolated nightmares are normal, but when dreams resulting in extreme terror or ... One study determined that REM sleep affects learning certain mental skills.

Nightmares and Disorders of Dreaming - American Family Physician

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Apr 1, 2000 ... Nightmares are also common. In a two-week prospective study of college students, 47 percent described having at least one nightmare.4 ...

Correlates and Treatments of Nightmares in Adults

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Consequently, many studies dichotomize nightmares and bad dreams as distinct phenomena. However, the evidence concerning the importance of awakening ...

A psychophysiological study of nightmares. - NCBI

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A psychophysiological study of nightmares. Fisher C, Byrne J, Edwards A, Kahn E. PMID: 4321827; [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE] ...

A psychophysiological study of nightmares and night terrors. I ... - NCBI

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J Nerv Ment Dis. 1973 Aug;157(2):75-98. A psychophysiological study of nightmares and night terrors. I. Physiological aspects of the stage 4 night terror.

Nightmares and the Brain | Department of Neurobiology

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Although adults can suffer from nightmares, they are more typical in children, ... A University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine study, published in 2009 in "Sleep ...

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Common Questions About Nightmares - International Association for ...

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Nightmares are less common in adults, though studies have shown that they too may have nightmares from time to time. About 5-lO% have nightmares once a ...

Content of Nightmares and Bad Dreams Identified in New Study ...

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Jan 28, 2014 ... The above account of a nightmare was one of many recorded by sleep researchers for a new study on the content of nightmares versus bad ...

7 Mind-Bending Facts About Dreams - Live Science

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Dec 2, 2011 ... Why do some people have nightmares while others really spend their nights in bliss? Like sleep, dreams are mysterious phenomena. But as ...