Exploding Head Syndrome: Understanding the Unsettling Auditory Phenomenon

Exploding Head Syndrome (EHS) is a curious and unsettling sleep disorder that involves experiencing loud and abrupt noises, such as explosions, crashes, or screams, while transitioning into or out of sleep. These noises are purely auditory and typically not associated with any physical sensations or pain. EHS can be alarming, but it is generally not harmful. In this guide, we’ll explore Exploding Head Syndrome, its causes, symptoms, diagnosis, and how to manage and alleviate this unusual sleep phenomenon. Continue reading “Exploding Head Syndrome: Understanding the Unsettling Auditory Phenomenon”