Nightmares Can Make Someone Died In Sleep
Disease “sudden unexpectedly death syndrome in the night” (SUNDS) is very scary. The disease attacks the young men and women, and even make people afraid to sleep.
Assistant professor of cardiology at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston said Matteo Vatta, “SUNDS a genetic disease that causes the body fails to coordinate the electrical signals that cause the heart to stop.”
The disease attacks young adults, especially Southeast Asian descent. “The heart can be normal for some time, then stop suddenly,” said Vatta.
Normally, the heart stopping at night and in Southeast Asia caused more deaths among young males than car accidents.
Death occurs at night because the heart beats more weakly when people sleep, said Vatta. When the heart slows down during sleep, causing electrical problems SUNDS become clearer, overtake the body’s ability to regulate their own heart and make the heart of lethal seizures.
There are several theories that connect SUNDS with the stress caused by a bad dream. Scientific research shows a link between mortality SUNDS and dream content.
At present, no effective treatment for SUNDS. There was no obvious reason why tend to affect people of Southeast Asia compared to other groups. This syndrome is very difficult to detect, even by reading the electrocardiograph though, said Vatta.
Doctors in the U.S. and Europe first learned of this disease from the refugees who fled the Vietnam War.
Refugees began to settle in the U.S. in the late 1970s and early 1980s and led to the mysterious story of Southeast Asian healthy men die in their sleep and causing fear to sleep.