Latest Rapid eye movement sleep Stories
New research finds that consistent, â€œsignatureâ€ brainwave patterns first noticed in short-term studies of adults are so robust that theyâ€™re also detectable over a matter of years in the notoriously turbulent brains of teens.
During a large-scale study of the socioeconomic costs of this neurodegenerative disease, Danish researchers, some from the University of Copenhagen, discovered that very early symptoms of Parkinsonâ€™s disease may be revealed in dream or REM sleep.
A sleepless night can make us cranky and moody, but a lesser known side effect of sleep deprivation is short-term euphoria, which can potentially lead to poor judgment and addictive behavior.
From overworked professionals to over-extended students, everyone worries about how much sleep theyâ€™re getting.
Why do we sleep? I mean, we spend so much of our time sleeping that it must be doing something important.
A UC Berkeley study suggests we're busy recharging our brainâ€™s learning capacity during a dreamless light slumber that takes up half our sleeping hours.
LAS VEGAS, Jan. 7, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Daily Burn, Inc., a leading online health and fitness solution and Zeo Inc., creators of the Zeo Personal Sleep Coach, today announced the integration of sleep quality tracking into the body metrics system on the DailyBurn website, www.DailyBurn.com.
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A team of sleep scientists led by Dr. Fabio Ferrarelli of the University of Wisconsin-Madison found that during non-rapid eye movement sleep (non-REM, or dreamless sleep), the brain waves produced by people with schizophrenia lack the normal pattern of slow and fast spindles. Madison, Wis.
Researchers at the Allen Institute for Brain Science and SRI International have published the most systematic study to date of the effects of sleep deprivation on gene expression in the brain.
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