Imagine experiencing a state characterized by vivid visual imagery (with no sensory input), an altered sense of self or bodily boundaries, and heightened emotional activation. 1 While this may sound almost psychedelic in nature, it can also describe what happens nightly during sleep – a change in conscious state that requires no external chemical input. The function and mechanisms of sleep remain…


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