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Gossip: sleepwalking patients immune to pain? The free state of excitement or change of consciousness source: Science Chinese WeChat public, a new study found that in patients with a very interesting phenomenon: Although the risk in patients suffering from headache and migraine in awake more, but they swim when the attack is unlikely to feel pain in the dream, even if in the case of their injuries. The results showed that in patients with headache probability is about 4 times higher than that of normal people (specifically 3.8 times), their probability of suffering from migraine is 10 times higher than normal people (specifically 10.04 times), which is also mixed with insomnia and depression and other factors. Not only that, according to statistics, each in patients in the process of being hurt in an average of 1 times, and 79% in patients have pain in period of notice, although injured, but they still keep sleeping state. From France Montpelier Gui-de-Chauliac hospital psychiatrist, sleep medicine expert Regis Lopez is the chief researcher of the study, he said: "the most surprising result is that in patients with pain in the absence of sleepwalking process." For the first time in the study, the researchers describe the news that sleepwalking can be effective. The study was published in the November issue of the Journal Sleep. Regis Lopez and his colleagues, Dr. Jaussent, studied 100 patients diagnosed with sleepwalking (including 55 men and 45 women) and a study of 100 healthy controls. Among them, the average age of the patients was 30 years old. The pain during the day was determined by clinicians and their own responses, which the researchers used as a basis for the assessment of headaches and migraines during the day. The results of the study showed that 47 patients with sleepwalking at least once in the sleepwalking process was injured, of which 37 patients did not feel pain, only after waking up and found himself injured, and feel pain. The other 10 were awake from sleepwalking as a result of the injury. For example, a sleepwalking patient jumped from the third floor window during a sleepwalking, but he did not feel any pain, knowing that he woke up in the middle of the night. Another patient, who was on the roof of his house, fell asleep when he was asleep, and he woke up on the morning of the second day. Regis Lopez said: "our findings are likely to contribute to understanding the mechanisms of sleepwalking. We assume that a free state of arousal are likely to change in the patient’s consciousness, behavior and perception of pain." (Chen Jia)相关的主题文章: