People can have a sense of being hungry before bed and not able to get to sleep without eating something, or can wake in the morning to find the signs of a carbohydrate binge in the kitchen with no recollection of what has occurred during the night.
I scream, you scream, we all scream for ice cream zzzzzzzzzz. Which is better: sleep or ice cream? This enterprising tyke
Sleep-related eating disorders may involve the consumption of peculiar food and inedible or toxic substances. Reports include consuming a variety of items, nearly anything imaginable, including: frozen pizzas, raw bacon, buttered cigarettes and cleaning solutions.
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HuffPost Senior Science Correspondent discusses the risks and benefits of the popular sleep aid Ambien.
It's the age-old dilemma: eat or sleep? Well, why not both? As these 13 kids will show, you don't necessarily have to choose
Sleeping pills are generally safe, especially when used short-term. Complex sleep behaviors such as sleep eating, sleep driving and sleep violence are uncommon side effects. But there are known factors that increase the risk of this happening to you.
This little guy was obviously excited for his chocolate cone. Who cares that he skipped his nap earlier? He's not going to