Is exploding head syndrome the reason you can't sleep?
- People with EHS hear loud noises when going to sleep or on waking
- It can lead to sleeping problems and worse: temporary tachycardia
- Any problems tend to be because of the way people react to episodes
- Professor of psychology Dr Sharpless: 'EHS is generally harmless'
The type of noise can vary from explosions and fireworks to slammed doors, the sound of a gun firing, an enormous roar, shouting, thunder or a crack of lightning. The noises start suddenly and last for a few seconds.
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