If you wake up confused, you make have 'sleep drunkenness'
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If you wake up confused, you make have 'sleep drunkenness'





If you wake up confused, you make have 'sleep drunkenness'

Sometimes when Dawn Alexis Anderson wakes up nothing seems familiar, not the walls of her room, not the bed she is sleeping in, not the man lying next to her. A few desperately long minutes pass before she recognizes where she is. Her frightening condition, called "sleep drunkenness" or "confused arousal," is more common than previously thought, a new study shows. “It’s very, very scary,” s

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