A recent study says nearly one in five college students may suffer from "exploding head syndrome," a psychological condition in which people are abruptly awakened from sleep by imaginary loud noises or blasts.
A recent study says nearly one in five college students may suffer from "exploding head syndrome," a psychological condition in which people are abruptly awakened from sleep by imaginary loud noises or blasts. Fotolia TNS
A recent study says nearly one in five college students may suffer from "exploding head syndrome," a psychological condition in which people are abruptly awakened from sleep by imaginary loud noises or blasts. Fotolia TNS

‘Exploding head syndrome’ disrupts college students’ sleep

April 14, 2015 8:29 AM

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