A new study reports the sleep phenomenon known as exploding head syndrome is more common that thought in college aged people.
A new study offers evidence between rapid eye movement during sleep, accelerated brain activity and dream images.
According to researchers, REM sleep is suppressed by adenosine acting on a specific type of subreceptor in the olfactory bulb.
Researchers look at how sleep deprivation can impact cognition, information processing and memory. A new study reveals sleep deprived mice can demonstrate sleep like brain activity while awake.
Want to remember your dreams? Try taking vitamin B6. Researchers discovered people who take B6 supplements are better able to recall details of their dreams compared to those who were given a placebo.
According to a new study, the consequence of daily stress is linked to an increase in REM sleep. Researchers report the increase is associated with genes involved in apoptosis and cell survival. The findings shed light on how stress leads to mood disorders, and how changes in sleep contribute to this.
A new study reports relapse dreams are more common in those with severe clinical histories of addiction. Researchers say the frequency of these relapse dreams decrease as the brain and body adapt to abstinence.