Light, restless sleep

June 1997
Jet;06/09/97, Vol. 92 Issue 3, p54
Suggests that when a person dreams it is easier to awake without an alarm clock. Comments from Dr. Jean R. Joseph-Vanderpool, associate medical director of the Columbia Sleep Disorder Center at Columbia East Medical Center; When dreams take place.


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