It seems that we see advertisements claiming a quick fix or cure for erectile dysfunction. From late night television to e-mail spam we’re a accosted with ways that men can enlarge and sustain an erection. But what about women? It seems that frigidity is an untouched subject, a private taboo topic that leaves women who suffer from this disorder wondering “is it me?”.
Did you know that the Center for Disease Control recognizes insufficient sleep to be a public health epidemic?
We all know drunk driving is a hazard to not only the driver but to anyone else on the road but what about drowsy driving? It’s responsible for 1,550 fatalities and 40,000 non-fatal accidents every year in the USA alone!
One of the most common types of sleep disorders are night terrors. A night terror is a sleep disruption that bears a faint resemblance to a nightmare, but differs in intensity and inconsolability.
Mostly affecting kids, a night terror is not technically a dream, but more like a sudden reaction of fear that happens during the transition from one sleep phase to another. A night terror usually involves a child sitting suddenly upright and screaming. The breathing and heartbeat increase and so is the person’s sense of being scared.