“Sleep talking can involve complicated dialogues or monologues, complete gibberish or mumbling. The good news is that for most people it is a rare and short-lived occurrence. It’s common for people to experience at least one episode of sleep talking during their life, making it one of the most common abnormal behaviors that can occur during sleep.”
👄 Are you spilling your secrets while you slumber? Or perhaps just keeping a loved one awake with your dream-chatter? Whatever the case, Sleep Foundation reveals the causes, how to avoid it — and even how to cope with a sleep-chatty bedmate.
(Although someday in the near future, you may be able to have a very interesting conversation!)
📷 If your family photo albums have grown stale (and not quite creepy enough), Motion Portrait is here to liven things up a bit. It converts any uploaded facial image into a 3D model that blinks, grins and follows the cursor.
Sure, you can animate an old photo of Grandma to cherish her smile once again, but the fun doesn’t stop there. With the built-in accessory library, you can also check out what she’d look like with sassy bangs and a handlebar mustache!
👶 If one of the things keeping you awake at night is deciding on a name for the baby you’re expecting (or your new pet iguana), check out Naming Your Little Geek.
This collection of names from sci-fi, fantasy, comic book and video game lore will provide some unique inspiration. You can be sure the preschool teacher won’t already have three Delenns or Elims in class...
💡 Answer: Groggily reaching for the snooze alarm a third time and frowning at the sunshine creeping into your room could be signs of dysania.
The Cleveland Clinic highlights nutritional deficiency and depression as key causes, among other potential issues. It might be time for a checkup — your doctor could hold the key to you becoming a chipper morning person.
(Question at the top of the issue.)