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EEG screw ups

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    Bonnie Lea
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    I have a question:  if you wished to be silly….is it possible to listen to a funny funny thing on say an MP3 player, have a gut wretching belly larf, and still have normal brain wave patterns?   During a EEG and sleep study thing.

     

    I have a question:  if you wished to be silly….is it possible to listen to a funny funny thing on say an MP3 player, have a gut wretching belly larf, and still have normal brain wave patterns?   During a EEG and sleep study thing.

     

    I will be partaking in a STOOOOPID sleep study (first one I failed, cos I could not go to sleep the whole night)  so due to a situation that is slowly cropping up with in me self…they want to monitor me all one night.  (night of April 14)  I want desperately to see if instead of being nervous (not often sleep elsewhere) and with no kitties purring in my ears….Bill Cosby and a guy here on CBC radio I want to listen to.

    Maybe my brother will come to me as he sometimes does.  (not twilight zone music) but real belief here.  we chat, he calms me down, and we proceeed with what it takes to get Bonnie over the hurdle  (be it MRI machines,) blood sticks vein things, SOOOOO  anyone know if an EEG can be goofed up?

    Evil part of me wants to do it,   nice me says naw be fair.  hmmmmm  also I am sorry for some times double posts I am not aware of clicking it twice.

    Bonnie Lea

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