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"Exploding head syndrome"




  1. photo Nearly one-fifth of college students hear a mysterious <b>exploding</b> noise in their <b>head</b>Nearly one-fifth of college students hear a mysterious exploding noise in their headNews
    Nearly one-fifth of young people have experienced "exploding head syndrome," a type of auditory hallucination previously thought to be restricted to older adults, according to a study conductedRead more
  2. photo One third to die by plague or famine; one third will fall by the sword; one third to be scattered to every windOne third to die by plague or famine; one third will fall by the sword; one third to be scattered to every windNews
    the third had a milder form.Chikungunya explodes across 35 U.S. statesFrom the New York Daily News: (13)There is no vaccine and no treatment. The Centers for Disease Control has listed a total of 497 casesRead more
  3. photo Deadly MERS virus spreading out of control in Saudi Arabia, leaps to Egypt as global pandemic beginsDeadly MERS virus spreading out of control in Saudi Arabia, leaps to Egypt as global pandemic beginsNews
    at the Australia Infectious Diseases Research Centre at The University of Queensland, is now warning about where this might be headed. Over the last 30 days, MERS cases in Saudi Arabia have exploded from just 1-3Read more

Exploding head syndrome

Disease

Exploding head syndrome (EHS) is a form of hypnagogic auditory hallucination and is a rare and relatively undocumented parasomnia event in which the subject experiences a loud bang in their head similar to a bomb exploding, a clash of cymbals, ringing, an earthquake, or any other form of loud, indecipherable noise that seems to originate from inside the head.This noise usually happens at the...More