What Is A Dream Catcher? 1

What Is A Dream Catcher?

The Native American Dream Catcher (or Dreamcatcher) was invented by a group of native American Indians from Woodland. Dream catchers look like a spider web and are constructed from wooden hoops attached to a woven … Read more

What Is Rem Sleep? 2

What Is Rem Sleep?

Rem sleep is characterized by rapid eye movements and closed eyelids. Today we report that the brain can be as active during sleep as it is when awake, and dreams are most vivid during sleep. … Read more

What Is Circadian Rhythm? 3

What Is Circadian Rhythm?

One of the most important and well-known circadian rhythms in the human body is the sleep-wake cycle. A circadian rhythm is a 24-hour cycle that is part of the body’s internal clock and runs in … Read more

What Is Narcolepsy? 4

What Is Narcolepsy?

Narcolepsy is a genetic disorder caused by a combination of neuropeptides known as hypocretin and orexin in a part of the brain called the hypothalamus. The main feature of narcolepsy is excessive and overwhelming sleepiness … Read more

What Is Sleep Apnea? 5

What Is Sleep Apnea?

Snoring is an annoying sound that occurs when air flows through relaxed tissue in the throat while sleeping. If you ever get woken up by a sudden snoring or if your partner nudges you to … Read more