Nightmare, sudden-death syndrome, also called sudden unexpected nocturnal death syndrome or SUNDS, or sudden unknown death syndrome also referred to as SUDS; common name: nightmare, although this is not enough; it may also be equivalent to the Thai lai tai or the Vietnamese tsob tsuang) is a sudden unexpected death in adolescents and adults while sleeping. This syndrome was first detected in 1977 by Hmong reviewers in the United States. It was also noted in Singapore where a retrospective investigation of records showed that healthy Thai men died suddenly of unexplained causes between 1982 and 1990. In the Philippines, an estimated 43 per 100,000 young men per year .
Such a nightmare, also called or described as a bad dream or nightmare, is considered a disorder involving these characteristics: waking up at night, moaning, dreaming of the nightmare, having the feeling of having a chest. As a disease, nightmares are a type of illness that has no specific equivalent in English language and modern medicine. The nightmare, as a disease, is considered a medical emergency, which requires urgent assistance, hospitalization, and heart condition assessment. Who are affected? Men ages 17 to 30 are more likely to experience nightmares (though women can also be found), especially those who are away from their families.
What is the cause?
According to the common belief in adults, nightmares are caused by falling asleep immediately after eating too much, or after consuming too much alcohol or beer. Nightmare may be related to acute pancreatitis, or Brugada syndrome (a type of heart disease specific to Asian men) It can also be a nightmare caused by a combination of different conditions.
What is the cure?
According to the elderly, the person with the beard needs to wake up immediately, and try to move any parts of the body (such as the fingers) of the bearded person. These activities are believed to help the person in the nightmare to "get out of the nightmare".
How to avoid it?
According to the habits of older people, one can avoid nightmares when not eating much and not drinking much before going to bed. Whenever a person experiences a nightmare, this person will need to consult a physician to make sure this person is healthy and that no other illnesses can worsen the nightmare. You need to drink a lot to not have a nightmare.
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