Highlights of article By Lisa Collier Cool of Yahoo on Jun 16, 2012
What Triggers Nightmares and How Do You Get Rid of Them?
Why Do Some Dreams Seem So Real that You Wake Up Laughing or Crying?
What Are Recurring Dreams Telling You?
What Causes a Nighttime Sensation of an Evil Presence in the Room?
Can Dreams Predict the Future?
5 Myths: Reading or watching television in bed helps you unwind.
A glass of wine or other alcoholic drink can relax you before bedtime.
Being tired the next day is the worst consequence of not sleeping.
Exercising in the evening will tire me out and help me sleep.
You can make up for skimping on sleep on weekdays by sleeping late on weekends. Yahoo says that declining sleep times in the United States have been linked to the obesity epidemic, which in turn is leading to type 2 diabetes, heart disease and a long list of health problems. What’s more, insufficient sleep can lead to excessive daytime sleepiness, mood changes and an increased risk for auto accidents and work-related injuries.
For details click on http://health.yahoo.net/experts/dayinhealth/dream-mysteries-decoded?page=2
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