120822112605-man-sleeping-story-topHave you ever answered the phone in the morning to discover it was actually your alarm clock going off, or had a conversation in the middle of the night and woken up the next day with no recollection of it? A new study suggests you are not alone. Researchers found many of us have had a similar experience in our lifetime. The study, out Monday in the journal Neurology, says one in every seven people suffer from sleep “drunkenness” disorder, also called confusional arousal. Confusional arousal is when a person wakes up and remains in a confused state for a certain period of time before either going back to sleep or fully waking up. More