I missed this excellent podcast about contemporary nightmare research when it was released last fall. NPR interviews New York Times science journalist Natalie Angier and dream researcher Kelly Bulkeley about the whole mess: theories about the cause … [Read more...] about Why do Nightmares Happen?
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Canadian dream researchers have confirmed a link between babies" personalities and their nightmare frequency later in childhood, as reported in the January 1, 2008 issue of the journal Sleep. In general, anxious babies are more likely to continue … [Read more...] about Babies and Nightmares: New Research Findings
With the approaching solstice, the dreaming is stronger, if for no other reason than the nights are long. In pre-electric times, and traditional societies today, this is nature's ways of saying go ahead and sleep in. Meanwhile, hundreds of folks in … [Read more...] about Solstice dreams
Halloween in the USA: basically it's a nationwide sugar rush and an good excuse to dress up in a sexy costume. But don't forget the origins of the holiday - that's some scary stuff. Turn on the tube tonight and you"re likely to see more than your … [Read more...] about Free nightmare hotline still active