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  • Hey there!

  • Welcome to another episode of Dear Blocko!

  • This is the show where I answer your questions that you have about your world and my world.

  • Let's get started with our first question!

  • Jeremy asks Dear blocko

  • Why do we talk in our sleep?

  • Well, obviously because you have something to say!

  • Is this thing on?

  • Really, talking in your sleep is an often harmless thing that can happen without a clear underlying cause.

  • That said, sometimes talking in your sleep can be caused by certain sleep disorders,

  • like REM sleep behavior disorder or night terrors.

  • While different, either may cause you to yell or talk in your sleep and can lead to physically lashing out.

  • Certain medications, stress, and fevers may also play a role.

  • We're not really certain whether or not you're acting out your dreams or if it even has anything to do with dreaming,

  • but we do know that it can happen during different parts of the sleep cycle.

  • Talking in your sleep can also happen while you're sleep walking, so, to the casual

  • onlooker, it might appear that you're conscious.

  • I wish my body just did yard work whenever I was sleeping.

  • Those pixel bushes never stop shedding!

  • Next question!

  • Shachar aks #DearBlocko

  • Why are some people double jointed?

  • There are a variety of reasons that some people are double jointed, which is kind of a misnomer

  • since it more so just means exceptional flexibility rather than actually having extra joints.

  • One is that they may have shallower joints than average, which could allow for a wider range of movement.

  • They might also have particularly soft cartilage or ligaments that are more elastic.

  • When someone's double-jointedness has to do with their cartilage, it could be a warning

  • sign of a severe condition like Ehlers-Danlos syndrome, or EDS.

  • That's where collagen synthesis defects can present as extreme flexibility.

  • What's more is that people who are double jointed may be more likely to be anxious.

  • Research has found a correlation of sorts between the two.

  • Some findings have even shown that patients with certain anxiety disorders can be as much

  • as 16 times more likely to have hypermobile joints.

  • Extremely interesting for sure.

  • And now it's time for questions about me and my world!

  • Emerald Rocks 4Eva asks #Dearblocko

  • Are there other worlds in your universe that you can live on?

  • Oh yeah!

  • There are lots of planets.

  • My animator is making new ones, all the time!

  • He just recently made one that's made entirely of CDs from bands of the early 2000s.

  • Kind of random!

  • Another one is made entirely of cheese, but the smelly kind, so honestly everyone just avoids it.

  • Kaitlyn W asks #Dear Blocko

  • Are you ever gonna make a vlogging channel?

  • What would you vlog?

  • Uh... well, I have no idea how to vlog.

  • Is this a vlog?

  • I don't know!

  • I'd probably just make videos of me hanging out with friends, or ranking video game characters,

  • or testing out this drink I made that turns me into a mecha Blocko?

  • I don't know.

  • That doesn't sound interesting.

  • Maybe someday.

  • So do you have any questions about your world or my world?

  • Let me know right now in the comment section below and your question could be in a future Dear Blocko.

  • Enjoyed this episode of Dear Blocko?

  • Why don't you check out the previous one we did!

  • Social Anxiety Disorder is a mental health condition where a person experiences a significant, persistent fear of being watched or judged by others.

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  • my name is Blocko!

  • This has been Life Noggin!

  • Don't forget to keep on thinking.

Hey there!


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なぜ私たちは寝言を言うのか?- 親愛なるブロッコ#16 (Why Do We Talk In Our Sleep? - Dear Blocko #16)

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