A new closed-loop, acoustic stimulation technique significantly improves sleep quality and autonomic immune system function, and reduces symptoms of insomnia.
While most people prefer to drift off to sleep listening to quieter and slower songs, some feel more relaxed when listening to familiar, high-energy popular music.
Roflumilast, a drug commonly prescribed for the treatment of COPD and asthma helps retrieve learning memories following a period of sleep deprivation in mice.
Sleep duration starts to decline during early adulthood until the age of 33, it then starts to pick up again at age 53, researchers report.
Study reveals how motor memory is consolidated during sleep.
Low levels of the HDAC4 enzyme caused mice to sleep longer and more deeply than usual.
Those who report trouble sleeping are at increased risk of poor cardiometabolic health problems which can lead to type 2 diabetes.