Sleep drunkenness, more properly called confusional arousal, involves confusion or inappropriate behavior during or after waking from sleep, often with no memory of the experience.
Although they can't see in their waking lives, that doesn't mean the blind don't have vivid dream experiences of their own. Laci Green explains.
Recurring dreams can be weird and confusing. Why do we dream about some things more often, and how should we interpret them? Annie joins DNews today to talk about some common dreams, and some theories as to why they occur.
Scientists have just discovered a new, very important reason for you to get a good night's sleep. For the first time, they've been able to see the brain physically cleaning itself while its owner is asleep! Anthony explains how this cleaning works.
A 500-pound bear found a cozy spot for the night in New Jersey basement.