Thanks to Amerisleep, we know why Tom Hanks ’character was“ Insomnia in Seattle ”- he had his head syndrome exploding.
Dient eh? Keep reading.
With Google Keyword Planner, Amerisleep, a manufacturer of memory foam mattresses, analyzed four years of sleep-related queries on Google to find out what makes Americans pull and turn at night. For example, Californians worry about sleep paralysis, while New Yorkers want to eliminate snoring. It makes sense if you are nervous about explosive forest fires or if you live in high-rise buildings with thin silk walls.
And it makes sense for Kansans to be nervous about nightmares (“I have my pretty and your puppy too”). The people of Nevada are too; Wondering how many nightmares outside the city google while visiting Las Vegas?
In New England, there are a lot of people who experience night sweats (it may not be all menopausal or related to Tom Brady), except for Connecticut bonds. They looked for hypoxia, which is a terrifying condition in which the tissues of the body do not receive enough oxygen.
But what about Wyoming cowboys who breathe while they sleep? As for people experiencing loud, unrealistic noises from head syndrome, perhaps they should reduce caffeine.
And heaven knows what happens in Montana; the term most sought after by good people was halitosis, or morning breath.
As for the Lone Star status, jeans want to know what their dreams mean. We don’t all do that.
Robert Calandra is an award-winning journalist and author of books he has written extensively on health and medicine. His work has appeared in national and regional magazines and newspapers.