The method by which a parent helps their young child to sleep impacts their behavior, a new study reports. Children of parents who use passive sleep assistance methods, such as singing or cuddling, have higher sociability scores. Those with parents who use more active sleep methods, such as playing or car rides, are fussier and have more difficult temperaments.
Teens and young adults who are transgender are four times more likely to suffer from sleep disorders than their peers.
"Off-line" periods during AI training mitigated "catastrophic forgetting" in artificial neural networks, mimicking the learning benefits sleep provides in the human brain.
Contrary to previous findings, a new study reports those who rise early tend to have superior verbal skills compared to night owls.
Daily morning blue-lightwave light exposure improved sleep and reduced the severity of symptoms for those suffering from PTSD.
Those who suffer from poor sleep quality, including daytime sleepiness, snoring, or getting too much or too little sleep, are at increased risk of developing glaucoma.
Taking a short nap during the day can enhance memories of disturbing and fearful events, a new study reports.
Rehearsing positive versions of frequent nightmares before sleep and playing noises associated with positive daytime experiences during sleep helps reduce nightmare frequency, a new study reports.