According to a new study conducted by the Washington State University, researchers have discovered that nearly one in five students suffer from a bizarre sleeping disorder known as ‘exploding head syndrome’. Researchers said, 18 percent of the college students suffered from the syndrome at least once.
Researchers said, they have gathered data from 211 undergraduate students. Study author Brian Sharpless, a Washington State University Assistant Professor and Director of the University Psychology Clinic said, he conducted the new research because data from previous researches didn’t add up. Accordi...
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