Ask the Brains; December 2008/January 2009; Scientific American Mind; by Randolph W. Evans, Christopher French; 1 Page(s)
There may be several reasons why you're experiencing these explosions erupting in your head. Perhaps you're in love, as the lyrics to Atreyu's "When Two Are One" suggest:
Bang! Explosions in my head that just won't quit. A train has crashed into the wall around my heart ...
Alternatively (and more likely), you have an uncommon sleep disorder, which in 1988 British neurologist John Pearce named "exploding head syndrome."