12 Strangest SLEEP PROBLEMS: Total Nightmares Exploding head syndrome appears like something ripped from the pages of a science fiction novel. If only. Actually, it’s one among many all-too-real sleep problems that doctors have determined – and it’s really no walk in the recreation area. PICTURES: 12 Bizarre Sleep Disorders People who suffer from the disorder imagine hearing a loud explosion because they nod off to rest – as if a bomb has truly gone off in the head. And that’s not really the only real-existence nightmare experienced by individuals who have problems with there bizarre disorders. Imagine performing out your dreams – shouting, cursing, kicking, and punching while asleep. Which can be a nightly occurrence for people with REM-sleep behavior disorder.‘Aswell, the majority of the other studies that have been done in this area viewed other kinds of dementia such as for example Alzheimer's disease or frontal temporal dementia, while that is a complete case of cognitive reserve in an individual with pretty advanced vascular dementia.’ Dr. Fornazzari wrote a paper detailing a musician who previously, despite declining health due to Alzheimer's disease, could even now play the piano and find out new music. As well, in October 2011, Dr. Fischer and co-workers viewed bilingual sufferers with Alzheimer's and discovered they had twice as much cognitive reserve while their unilingual counterparts. Educators should have a page from these total results and encourage schools to instruct the arts – whether sculpture, painting or music – than reducing on them rather, said Dr.