Those are available now, but if you're not particularly concerned with waking up in a sweat or your blood sugar, wait until the Nightmare King makes its public debut on Monday, October 22nd, so you can terrify your digestive system into ruining a good night's rest. "The burger then transformed into the figure of a snake", another subject alleges.
Just in time for Halloween, the fast food giant is adding to its menu the "Nightmare King", a burger with a ghoulish green bun stuffed with chicken, a quarter-pound of beef patty, thick cut bacon, American cheese, mayonnaise and onions, according to a news release. What they found is that, yes, eating the Nightmare King was able to induce more nightmares than usual-but despite BK's seasonally-appropriate angle, the reasons don't appear to have anything to do with being spooky. It's all pretty basic sleep science, stacked on a green bun and served along with some impressive marketing to appeal to those who live for the spirit of Halloween.
Burger King is celebrating Halloween in a big way. "But, after eating the Nightmare King, the data obtained from the study indicated that the incidence of nightmares increased by three and a half times".
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One participant said he saw an alien come up from the water and try to attack a boat he was on his dream. He said it leads to "an interruption of the subjects' REM (Rapid Eye Movement) cycles, during which we experience the majority of our dreams". And can it be trusted?
"Participants who expressed a preference for fast foods reported less frequent dream recall, as well as fewer recurring dreams, nightmares, and sexual dreams", the study said. A group of doctors and scientists identified whether the individuals had vivid dreams.